Budweiser Prohibition Brew

While most aren't nostalgic about the days of Prohibition, some good things came from the era when booze was restricted. Budweiser Prohibition Brew allows you the chance to enjoy the taste of Bud, whenever and wherever you want, but with 0% alcohol. It's crafted using the same ingredients you'd find in Budweiser; yeast, hops, filtered water, and the distinctive beechwood aging process. So if it's all about taste, and Bud is your beer of choice, look for this non-alcoholic version — which is set to launch in Canada first — very soon on store shelves.

  • Firestone Walker Fortem IPA

    Even the best breweries know they need to evolve, and that's just what Firestone Walker is doing with the release of Fortem IPA. It's the first release in the Leo v. Ursus Chronology. Until now, the brewery was unable to brew smaller, nimble batches like this, but opened The Propagator, a new miniature brewery that enables their team to explore and experiment before fine tuning and scaling the results at their main brewery in Paso Robles. Fortem is an unfiltered imperial IPA that blends newer hop varieties from the Pacific Northwest and Hallertau, Germany. Available in four-pack 16 oz cans everywhere Firestone Walker beer is sold.

  • Uinta Golden Ale Park Series Beer

    Last year, the National Park Service celebrated 100 years of service. And now, Uinta Brewing is ready to release their tribute to some of the most beautiful parts of the U.S. with Golden Ale Park Series Beer. The cans are available with four different park-inspired graphics, and the beer itself is a light bodied golden ale. Tip one back as you explore a national park, or just as a tribute during your next get together. It's an excellent choice that helps raise awareness and appreciation for these wonderful parks.

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