GSN Brews News: July 14th 2020 Edition

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Pabst Blue Ribbon has launched its Hard Tea in 26 states. The 4% abv offering is brewed using real tea leaves, is effervescent, includes natural peach flavor, and has 100 calories and three grams of sugar a can. The new entry follows several other extensions from Pabst, which have included a Hard Coffee, Stronger Seltzer, and Whiskey, and the company says further innovations are in the pipeline.

Nectar Creek‘s Top Bar (Coffee) and Nectarade (Lemon Lime) offerings will relaunch this month. Both will come in 500-ml. bottles retailing at $7 and will be made available exclusively through 2 Towns’ Corvallis taproom and local delivery program throughout the Willamette Valley. A full-scale launch in 6-pack cans will take place starting in September.

Alpine, Wyoming’s Melvin Brewing has announced Back in Da Haze IPA. The 6.5% abv hazy ale is made with Sabro, Citra, and Mosaic hops for a tropical-fruit-forward beer. The can art is inspired by 1980s hip-hop and B-Boy culture and features a man breakdancing. The beer will launch on August 1 in 6-packs of 12-ounce cans, 4-packs of 16-ounce cans, and single serving 19.2-ounce cans.

Nellysford, Virginia-based craft cider producer Bold Rock is launching lines of hard tea and lemonade. Bold Rock will kick off its initial hard tea releases with two varieties, Original and Half & Half, the latter being half sweet tea and half lemonade. Along with Bold Rock Hard Lemonade, they will launch late this month in 12-packs of 12-ounce cans and are at 5% abv. Late next month will see the release of 8% abv Bolder Hard Lemonade, which will come in 16-ounce single cans.

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Pabst Blue Ribbon has launched its Hard Tea in 26 states. The 4% abv offering is brewed using real tea leaves, is effervescent, includes natural peach flavor, and has 100 calories and three grams of sugar a can. The new entry follows several other extensions from Pabst, which have included a Hard Coffee, Stronger Seltzer, and Whiskey, and the company says further innovations are in the pipeline.

Nectar Creek‘s Top Bar (Coffee) and Nectarade (Lemon Lime) offerings will relaunch this month. Both will come in 500-ml. bottles retailing at $7 and will be made available exclusively through 2 Towns’ Corvallis taproom and local delivery program throughout the Willamette Valley. A full-scale launch in 6-pack cans will take place starting in September.

Alpine, Wyoming’s Melvin Brewing has announced Back in Da Haze IPA. The 6.5% abv hazy ale is made with Sabro, Citra, and Mosaic hops for a tropical-fruit-forward beer. The can art is inspired by 1980s hip-hop and B-Boy culture and features a man breakdancing. The beer will launch on August 1 in 6-packs of 12-ounce cans, 4-packs of 16-ounce cans, and single serving 19.2-ounce cans.

Nellysford, Virginia-based craft cider producer Bold Rock is launching lines of hard tea and lemonade. Bold Rock will kick off its initial hard tea releases with two varieties, Original and Half & Half, the latter being half sweet tea and half lemonade. Along with Bold Rock Hard Lemonade, they will launch late this month in 12-packs of 12-ounce cans and are at 5% abv. Late next month will see the release of 8% abv Bolder Hard Lemonade, which will come in 16-ounce single cans.

Courtesy of Shanken News Daily

Pabst Blue Ribbon has launched its Hard Tea in 26 states. The 4% abv offering is brewed using real tea leaves, is effervescent, includes natural peach flavor, and has 100 calories and three grams of sugar a can. The new entry follows several other extensions from Pabst, which have included a Hard Coffee, Stronger Seltzer, […]

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