Summer is ON and American craft brewers are addressing things with intriguing new beers you’re gonna want to have around this weekend.
Double Trouble (Atlanta, GA) – SweetWater Brewing has just introduced a new line of easy-drinking, high-alcohol craft ales, both of them 9.5% ABV, brewed for an endless summer days and juicy flavor.
SweetWater Gummies Tropical IIPA is an aggressively smooth Imperial IPA that combines passionfruit, pineapple, and tangerine to create a tropical medley reminiscent of a refreshing piña colada and freshly squeezed orange juice. SweetWater Gummies Fruit Punch IIPA is a deceptively approachable blend of sweet berry flavors accompanied by a touch of tartness, courtesy of real raspberry, cherry, blueberry, and tangerine.
“We created SweetWater Gummies to expand our innovative, flavor-forward craft category and for the new generation of craft drinkers who demand drinkability and high ABV,” said aid Ty Gilmore, President, US Beer, at Tilray Brands. You’ll find it hard to believe you’re indulging in a 9.5% ABV Double IPA.”
Summer Adventure (Boston, MA) – Nothing marks summer like a new Samuel Adams warm weather seasonal and they’ve a brand new one. Exclusively available in in the brewery’s Summer Ditch Days Variety Pack, Samuel Adams Summer Adventure Lager is a crisp and clean 4.5% ABV summer sipper with hints of pineapple and lime that inform but never overpower.
New In The N/A Corner (Calgary, Canada) – With more craft breweries than ever before, brewing serious non-alcoholic beer, ACB is expanding our coverage to include new NA beers that matter. And Partake Brewing has a year-round IPA that matters. Brewed with citrusy Cascade, Amarillo and Citra hops tethered to a solid malt backbone, Partake IPA is not only convincing, and only 10 calories, it’s delicious.
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