Dancing Gnome Creates the Ultimate Throwback with the Robin Hood Cream Ale

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Photo courtesy of Dancing Gnome Beer

Nothing is more old school yinzer than the Pittsburgh Brewing Company. These are the folks that bring us the PGH classic, Iron City. I always think of tailgating, sports games, and ‘dem Stillers when I think Iron City. Except this time, it’s different! 

This time, Dancing Gnome has collabed with Pittsburgh Brewing for a slice of good ol’ Burgh beer history. In the mid seventies, Pittsburgh Brewing had great success with the Robin Hood Cream Ale. Stories of that ale and its taste and smoothness have lived on, even until now. And starting this week, you can pick up and try the latest Robin Hood at Dancing Gnome. 

At 4.5%, this is an easy, drinkable ale that sounds perfect for a 4th of July, socially distanced get together. Fun fact- the term “cream ale” does not mean that there is any lactose in it. Instead, this refers to a beer that is straw colored, light in nature, and has a conditioning schedule similar to that of a kolsch or a lager. 

Dancing Gnome is truly taking us back to the 1970s with this release! Instead of dry-hopping it or adding anything else, they decided to stick to the original recipe. What an excellent Yinzer throwback n’at! 4 packs are available starting today on the Dancing Gnome ordering site and act fast if you want to try it! At 12 dollars a four pack, this is an Independence Day treat you don’t want to miss!