Emergency Drinking Beer

The beer you sock away for emergencies is probably also the stuff you'd only consider drinking in an actual emergency. But Emergency Drinking Beer is not only named for this specific occasion but also happens to be worth sipping on outside of a dire situation as well. This pilsner is brewed using citrus zest, Portuguese sea salt, and lemongrass for a crisp, tart, beverage that is low in alcohol and easy to consume. Ideal for a hot summer day, this session pils from Wild Heaven Beer is as worthy to drink during a casual get-together as it is to open in a post-apocalyptic dystopian future.

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    Before you know it, you'll be spending time at the pool, beach, or in sun-soaked backyards most weekends. And if it's a BYOB situation or you're hosting, you want to have a refreshing and flavorful beer option at arm's reach. Tritonia with Cucumber and Lime from Creature Comforts Beer might make the most sense. It's a tart, crisp beverage featuring lime and the cool freshness of cucumber with a hint of sea salt and coriander.

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    There's no shortage of hazy IPAs on the market these days, but that doesn't mean all of them are great. Monswoon IPA from Pueblo Vida in Tucson, Arizona is a long way from the origins of the hazy IPA style, but it tastes like something you'd find much further east. The latest Monswoon release replaces the Idaho 7, and Citra hops with Mosaic and Simcoe Lupulin powder in the dry-hopping process. The result is a tropical fruit forward hop bomb that you'll want plenty of as we head into the summer.

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