Craft beers continue to be all the rage, and make for “cool” companions when hanging out by the water. I’ve been stuck on Real Ale for just over a year now – it’s a true Texas brewhouse I don’t mind supporting. Plus, a handful of others from around the nation have caught my attention. Lagers whose backgrounds are as versatile as the beers they produce. Either way, they make for a welcome change of pace to your run-of-the-mill varietals!
Real Ale Brewing Co.:
“…a strikingly rich, sunshine gold and acts as a definite refresher for those hot, muggy days.” – Fireman’s #4
“Authentic Czech Saaz hops provide a crisp finish and delicate aroma that’ll keep you cool as the Sun begins to make it’s way out again.” – Rio Blanco Pale Ale
“…a hoppy, herbal brew that’s crisp and refreshing enough for those dry, dog days of Summer.” - Hans’ Pils
“…high on drinkability, meaning it’s easy…Session pairs with a multitude of foods.” – Full Sail Session Lager
“…a turn-of-the-century recipe that’s smooth and richly malty.” – Alaskan Amber
“…one of the ‘Best Canned Beers to Drink Now’ – Esquire Magazine, February 2012″ – Brooklyn Lager