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What to Drink on Valentine’s Day Based on Your Relationship Status

Valentine’s Day: whether you love it, hate it or love to hate it, one thing is certain – it’s better with beer. We’ve put together this definitive list of what to drink this Valentine’s Day based on how you’ll be spending Cupid’s holiday, because beer always loves you back.

In a Relationship

Peak Sweet Tarts Cherry – Sweet Tarts Cherry marries crisp, fruity goodness, with a touch of sour, for an entirely refreshing beer. The local New York grown cherries combine with a rosé-like effervescence to create a tartness that teases your taste buds. This one hits you with the right amount of flavor in a perfectly light body.


Girls Night

Angry Orchard Rosé – Angry Orchard Rosé uses a combination of hibiscus and fresh juice from rare, red-fleshed apples sourced in France. This cider has a floral aroma, is apple forward in taste and complemented by refreshing, light tannins, similar to semi-dry wine.


Ultimate Wingman

Weyerbacher Wingman – Possessing all of the same qualities as the best wingman, this easy-drinking, flavor-forward pale ale is the perfect companion for anything! Brewed with Calypso, Ekuanot and Denali hops that lend hints of stone fruit and soft citrus, Wingman comes in at 4.5% ABV so you can go the distance, too!


Single & Loving it

Samuel Adams Fresh as Helles – Crisp and refreshing, the soft citrus of orange blossom adds a bright accent to the slightly sweet malt notes in this helles lager, leading to a round, smooth finish.


Madly in Love

Dogfish Head Romantic Chemistry – This serious IPA is brewed with an intermingling of mango, apricots & ginger and then dry hopped with three varieties of hops. Romantic Chemistry opens with tropical fruit and hop-forward aromas followed by flavors of sweet pit fruit, mango and ginger.


Dodging an Ex That Won’t Leave You Alone

Evil Genius New Phone Who Dis? – This caramel macchiato porter is brewed with American barley, caramel & chocolate malt, and a touch of dark wheat. It’s gently hopped with American & German hops, and then infused with coffee and caramel. New Phone, Who Dis? Is full-bodied, smooth and robust, with notes of sweet caramel, mocha and chocolate.


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