Gimme some BA....... German lagers were my gateway beer (thanks dad!), but I quickly moved on to ales as I got more into craft beer, and now I find myself the biggest fan of DIPAs and BA RIPs like everyone else and their brother. However, the other day I had an INCREDIBLE mellow lager, that really made me appreciate the style for the first time in a while. While I know that, by definition, lagers are not going to be in your face with flavor, I must say that I forgot how incredible a well done interpretation of the style can be. So BA, what are some lagers that managed to rock your jaded palates? note: the beer I am referencing is Union House Lager, brewed by the Norwich Inn (aka Jasper Murdock Alehouse) in Norwich, VT. I never would have had any of their beers if I didn't go to college right across the river, and decided there for dinner with some friends. I had pretty low expectations for most of their beers, since most of their ales are "brewed according to the English tradition," and I figured that meant "BORING," but I was so pleasantly surprised, I thought I would give them a shout out.