The “new” Old Style will be in stores and taverns by February. It will be more expensive to brew and will be sold at higher prices, similar to prices for Budweiser and Miller Lite

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It’s no longer brewed in God’s Country using water that some folks say flows underground all the way from Canada.

But Heileman’s Old Style beer is again being “kraeusened.” (That’s pronounced KROY-zunned.)

Pabst Brewing Co., which owns the Old Style brand, said this week it will soon be marketing Old Style as “authentically kraeusened.” That process more thoroughly ferments beer to give it additional flavor, along with a smoother finish, said Keith Hill, a Pabst brand manager.

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