The Straub Brewery is in St. Mary's, Pennsylvania. According to the book Great American Beer, Straub has been brewing since 1831, however the bottle says since 1872.
This 3.2% ABV beer pours a pale yellow golden, with effervescent carbonation. There is a half-inch of pure white head. The aroma is fresh and dry golden grain in a dusty galvanized metal bucket. The taste is very light grain, with a touch of grassy bitterness. There is a crisp sting from the carbonation, but some creaminess from the head. For a light American adjunct lager, this is really quite good, one of the best in its category.