Available in 12-packs of 16-ounce cans, with draft and wider distribution through the spring
Described by SweetWater as “a light, easy drinking lager specifically designed for days in the outdoors,” the company is giving 11-percent of profits from the sales of Guide Beer back to “the best stewards of the great outdoors — guides.”
Brewed with Pilsner malt and flaked corn, and Hallertau and Mt Hood hops, it’s pale gold in color, with a frothy white head, and flowery aromas and soft flavors that recall classic European lagers. At just 4-percent alcohol, it’s certainly easy-drinking, and an affable companion for outdoor activities.
In keeping with the adventurous spirit of Guide Beer, pair it with pan-fried trout or venison chili, or at home it would be perfect for pizza night.
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