Lagunitas Brewing Company, founded in Lagunitas, California back in 1993, brews a rich copper ale with an original name that was censored by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (BATF). The brewing company states that the original name was “derived from an origin so heinous that we cannot reveal its aboriginal oregeny,” but according to their website, the name had been Kronik but when the BATF censored them, they simply slapped a “Censored” sticker across the original label and left it at that!
This copper ale has an alcohol content of 6.70% and certainly packs a punch. Without the bitterness one would expect from a pale ale, it went down smooth. Malty, with a sweet undertone, you just can’t get enough!