Its clean, refreshing bite complements a leafy summer salad or a seventh-inning stretch.
It’s brewed with prickly pear fruit, but you’re more likely to taste the grapefruit. Have it in a hammock.
Tag-team it with anything you pull off your grill: chicken sandwiches, barbecue meats, cheeseburgers.
True to style, it’s brewed with German malt and hops. It’s pretty amazing with a hot dog.
It’s made with Texas Hill Country well water, Czech hops, and wild yeast for a robust brew.
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It’s existed 58 years for a reason: There’s no smoother option on tap at nearly every bar in the country.
This beer tastes exactly 4.56 times better when you drink it while admiring a freshly cut lawn. Science!
It has a tempting chuggability, but also some herbal and floral stuff going on. Try it with a Friday night.
Tacos, chili, and even huevos rancheros love this beer. You’ll taste a little honey in there too.
Don’t let the low ABV fool you. It’s like drinking citrus Pop Rocks.
It’s awesome with fresh fish and seafood. Or enjoy it with a massive salad with grilled chicken.
Despite it’s decadent name, this smooth brew keeps the calories low by not overdoing it on the sweet.
It has 40 to 50 more calories per bottle than a typical light beer would, but the flavor is so satisfying that you’ll only need one. Enjoy it with an equally light meal, such as a simple roasted chicken and sauteed spinach.
The backbone of this stuff is Brettanomyces yeast, which makes the hoppiness pop and carries an earthy funk.
This summertime sipper has a strong hop blast, without the sugary punch of double or triple IPAs.
It’s one of those beers that makes you smack your lips, look at the label, and go, “Damn, that’s refreshing.”
There’s a battle royal of malts (6 total) and hops (4) in this beer. It’s complex, but in a good way. Like Charlize Theron.