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Left Hand beer contains a variety of ingredients: wheat, rye, chocolate, oats, lactose and more. Below, are some of the more common food allergies, but if you have a specific allergy concern, we encourage you to check out our beer portfolio for ingredient lists.
- Corn – Our beers that are cask or bottle conditioned will contain dextrose (a derivative of corn). – Bottle conditioned: St. Vrain Tripel
- Rice – None of our beer is made with rice product.
- Wheat – The following beers contain wheat: Sawtooth Ale, 400 Pound Monkey IPA, Black Jack Porter, Warrior IPA, Fade to Black Vol. 1, Smokejumper, TNT
- Gluten – All Left Hand beer contains gluten.
- Lactose – Any Milk Stout product including Nitro and cask contain lactose sugar.
Left Hand Brewing Company is not a kosher production facility.
Left Hand Brewing uses GMO free hops & barley.
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Behind every bottle of Left Hand beer is a great team of committed beer enthusiasts. Our team works hard with a single vision in mind – handcrafting and selling a consistent, balanced portfolio of lagers and ales to the discriminating consumer. We take pride in everything we do, and we believe it shows in each and every bottle. This is a drug free environment/EOE/Equal Housing Opportunity. Background Screening and favorable references are conditions of employment. Left Hand Brewing Company only accepts resumes for advertised positions. While we receive large numbers of resumes, we are only able to respond to applicants who most closely meet the requirements of the specific jobs advertised. We do not accept unsolicited resumes, phone calls, or drop-ins. Minimum age requirement for LHBC is 21 years of age. You may be contacted if additional information is needed or to be scheduled for an interview. Please be patient as this process may take several weeks. Thank you for your interest in our organization.
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Why isn’t Left Hand in my state?
It’s a question we get a lot – why aren’t you in my state? In a perfect world, we’d be there for anyone craving a Left Hand beer. Each state is different and there are a lot of moving pieces when it comes to opening any new market. Just wanting to be there isn’t always enough. Production capacity, supply, beer quality, market conditions, local law, and quality distributors all come into question. And we take it really seriously. When Left Hand comes into a market, we feel like we make a commitment to the consumer – and we want to make sure we enter a situation where we can keep that commitment. Needless to say, this is not the popular answer, but it’s the reality. We’ve got some other territories we’re working on, but you never know… maybe one day. Till then, thank you for your patience and we hope you can visit us in Colorado!
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What does Nitrogen do to Left Hand Nitro beers?
Nitrogen forms smaller dense bubbles which hold a beautiful head on beer. Nitrogen bubbles are also less resistant to breakage in the atmosphere, because our atmosphere is mostly nitrogen. This lends itself to long lasting, stimulating head. The trademark cascade results from friction on the side of the glass. The bubbles on the side of the glass have to fight with the friction of the glass surface. The bubbles in the center rush up the middle and then get pushed to the side by the bubbles behind them. This causes a downward flow on the sides of the glass as they cannot flow up they flow down into the center and out.
What’s the difference between a CO₂ Left Hand beer and a Nitro Left Hand beer?
Each classic CO₂ and Nitro beer (Milk Stout, Sawtooth Ale and Wake Up Dead Imperial Stout) contain the same ingredients and are meant to be highly similar. The main difference is mouthfeel. Our classic CO₂ beers have a much greater carbonic bite than our Nitro varieties. The addition of Nitrogen to a beer gives way to much smaller bubbles, creating a smoother, creamier experience. Visually, you will notice that our CO₂ beers have more classic looking heads when poured into a glass. Nitro pours on the other hand have thick, billowy, heads with a cascading effect in the body of the pint. The difference in gas also has a slight effect on taste & aroma. Our CO₂ beers have a greater nose, as well as more pronounced malt and hop flavors. The Nitro beers have an overall creaminess and more subdued and melded flavors.
Which is the best?
That is entirely up to you and we encourage you to try both varities! In terms of production both CO₂ and Nitro beers are almost exactly the same. The only recipe differences are in the gas mix. As our VP of Production Joe Schiraldi says, “It’s a great exercise in how changing one parameter can affect the flavor of the beer.” Cheers and enjoy!
For more about Left Hand Nitro and how to Pour Hard, visit: www.milkstoutnitro.com.