Humble named, humble packaging, but many proper grog nerds will argue it's their best beer. I have mentioned before, it is easy to hide faults in big beers, particularly those that have adjuncts. There's nowhere to hide in a humble lager. This is a pure, clean, faultless expression of the stuff, not beholden to hype trains or trends, just a showcase of DJ's skill - and crikey, it is some showcase.
$7.00 per tin. Buy any 6+ tins and pay $5.60 per tin.