Ska’s Mexican Logger (4.2% ABV and 18 IBU) is a Mexican-style lager and should be considered a session beer due to the low ABV. Mexican Logger pours clear and yellow with good carbonation and a lacey two-finger head. On the label, the word Saaz is written that I am assuming is referring to the prominent hop variety used in Mexican Logger. The Ska website plays Ska music, but it is not real easy to navigate. The description is, “The perfect Mexican Lager. Light and refreshing, it really hits the spot after a long day of brutal chainsaw work. Soul Mates: Delicious with cream soups and green salads with cream dressings.” This is not a bad beer and is better than the macro brews; however, I would make other selections from Ska. Modus Hoperandi and Buster Nut Brown are my favorites from Ska.