Sixpoint Rad Beer

There are tons of beers on the market that are often cited as having a citrus aroma or even flavor from time to time. But Sixpoint RAD has taken that idea to a completely different level. RAD doesn't just smell like a beer that has some citrus aromas, but instead is actually a fruit juice / beer hybrid. The easy drinking 3.2% ABV beer was inspired by a German scientist in the 20's who made a 50-50 blend of beer and lemon soda to allow thirsty cyclists to have their beer while not totally causing dehydration. Sixpoint has even placed RAD into a new drink category they are calling 'Cycliquids.' It's a unique drink packaged in 16oz. cans that is ready to join you poolside on a hot summer day.

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