Clix Malt Liquor

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Clix Malt Liquor
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Clix Malt Liquor
Manufacturer Grand Valley Brewing Company
Introduced 1939
Style Malt Liquor

Clix is a brand of malt liquor made by the Grand Valley Brewing Company in 1937. It is often credited as the first malt liquor brewed in the United States.[1] At Gluek Brewing in Cold Spring, Minnesota, Alvin Gluek had a similar idea in 1942. The style is light in body, thin and sweetish in taste, and high in alcohol.[2]

Brewery owner 'Click' Koerber is the creator of the process and owner of the patent[3] that details the production of Clix malt liquor.

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