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Taste Test: 21st Amendment Sparkale

Taste Test: 21st Amendment Sparkale

2019 has already become the year of wine-centric beers with brut IPAs taking off in the market; however, as the year progresses, another wine and beer hybrid category is looking to make its mark: rosé beers.

21st Amendment’s sparkling rosé ale, Sparkale, is a blend of apple, cranberry, peach and cherry. Sparkale brings together a great grouping of flavors that enhance the  rosé base and elevate this delicious drink.

Pouring a pretty pink color, Sparkale’s aroma delivers strong rosé notes, and the sparkling aspect provides a mouth feel similar to cider. This ale, that pops the minute it hits your tongue, is one that both beer and wine drinkers will enjoy. And at 5.5%, it’s dangerously crushable.

A refreshing pop of fruit and fizz, with tart flavors and a crisp finish, Sparkale is an excellent option as the weather warms.

Be on the lookout for a complete list of rosé ales, ciders and hard seltzers!

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