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Seasonal Selections: April 2019

Spring has officially arrived and warm-weather beers are finally beginning to surface. This time of year, fruit-forward brews come out of hibernation and provide us with a lighter alternative to the heavy stouts and porters we’ve sipped on all winter. Keep an eye out for these fruity faves hitting shelves this month!

Dogfish Head SuperEIGHT

Gose | 5.3%

Healthier beer options have been a growing trend in 2019 and Dogfish Head’s SuperEIGHT is a perfect example. This sessioanble super gose is brewed with eight good-for-you ingredients including: prickly pear, mango, boysenberry, blackberry, raspberry, elderberry, kiwi juices and toasted quinoa (as well as an ample addition of red Hawaiian sea salt). These unique ingredients give SuperEight a vibrant red color, with delicious flavors of berries and watermelon, along with a tart yet refreshing finish.


Heavy Seas Smooth Sail

Summer Ale | 4.5%

Heavy Seas’ American wheat ale is brewed with lemon and orange peel, keeping it light and citrusy, perfect as the weather begins to warm up. At only 4.5%, Smooth Sail is a perfect session beer to take to the beach, the park, on a hike or to a backyard BBQ. No matter where it’s enjoyed, this beer will take you to your happy place.



Evil Genius I Love Lamp

 Hefeweizen | 5.5%

I Love Lamp is not your typical German-style hefeweizen. Although made with all of the classic ingredients of the style, including 2-row, Munich and wheat malts, as well as German hops, Evil Genius gives this beer an additional twist: pineapple. The traditional banana and clove flavors blend well with the pineapple making this beer unique and deliciously drinkable.

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