Stroh’s Beer Is Back on Draft in Detroit, After Nearly Two Decades

Stroh’s Beer is returning to taps in its home city of Detroit, after disappearing from local draft some 20 years ago. The brand’s “return to classic” initiative also includes a re-launch of a classic can design from 1987, as Detroit Free Press reports.

The vintage look — with a royal blue label, gold lettering, and a regal lion logo — will grace both the brand’s bottles and cans sold nationwide. The 4.5-percent ABV classic lager, as well as accompanying Stroh’s Light lager, is available in 12-ounce bottles and cans. Half-barrel kegs of the classic lager will also be available for retail sale in the midwest United States.

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