Craft beer canning is on the rise.
Lauren (hellolaurene) made a cocktail she called The Cherry Tree. Her description:
All kinds of cross-pond brewery partnerships are forming.
Starr Hill’s description:
"Soul Shine is a Belgian-style Pale Ale with an American twist. It is generously hopped with a blend of American hops to give it a distinct aroma of citrus & tropical fruit. This light-bodied beer has a crisp palate & moderate bitterness, with a spicy finish of fruity esters from our Belgian yeast strain."
Say it ain’t so!
Kevin G (themankev) enjoyed a Cack-a-lacky by Fullsteam Brewery.
"Brewed in partnership with Page Skelton, president of Cackalacky in Chapel Hill, N.C.
A zippy, hoppy ginger pale ale that’s enjoyable on its own and a perfect complement to spicy food. Half of the ginger in the beer comes from Maple Spring Gardens in Cedar Grove, North Carolina…at least until we run out of our local ginger supply.
Cack-a-lacky is our first canned beer…look for it in 12oz. cans in North and South Carolina. And no, the beer does not have hot sauce in it!”
Makes us wish we were there!
Time for a little bar psychology.