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Saturday, January 21, 2012

Tap Handle #28: Sly Fox Oktoberfest Lager - Fox Tail

This is a very creative tap, I love the fox tail concept. Sly Fox uses the same tap design for all their beers. This is an inexpensive way to go, because all you need to do to change the tap over to a different beer is to put a different sticker on it, and this is a fairly common practice for smaller breweries with tight budgets.

Click through to read more about Sly Fox Brewery and their Oktoberfest Lager...

Sly Fox Brewery was founded in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania by the Giannopoulos family in 1995. The name of the brewery comes from the tradition of fox hunting in the area. Sly Fox has brewed over 140 varieties of ales and beers, many seasonal or for special occasions. Business expanded enough to build a second brewery in Royersford. Their brews have won several awards, and the brew pub has several popular events like Incubus Friday, Firkin Fest, and the IPA Project. Weighted average for Oktoberfest on is 3.02 out of 5; Pikeland Pils is 3.34 out of 5 and Royal Weisse is 3.42 out of 5, so maybe the popularity of the beer variety is a contributing factor to the tap price...

Sly Fox Official Website

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