The other day I mentioned that spring is the new fall (or whatever). It was a great post about eating old soup and enjoying root vegetables in environs warmer than the typical root vegetable eating time. But scratch all that, seriously, it's summer. I need you to forget everything that I said about the subject of seasons (FISOOTPSA) and check yourself into the present, into summer, into the now.
What is summer if not hot, and paired with outside-stuff like hiking, or swimming, or whatever, that heat brings a thirst. To quench to quench that summer thirst I present to you- Summer Helles.
Here's the details you may want: Light, bright and easy drinking, now is your chance to drink in the festival season. First brewed to celebrate 40 years of the Telluride Bluegrass Festival, this Summer Helles pours a brilliant gold, with soft, white foam. The aroma is fresh grains and honey among a spicy–herbal twang. This danceable lager carries the pleasant sweetness of pale and German Pils malts, and levels off with the light and noble bitterness of Hallertau and Tettnang hops. Summer Helles finishes crisp and dry, and is sure to refresh even the thirstiest reveler. Grab your banjo, crack a bottle, and let the pickin’ shine.
See, it's got everything you need for a great day in the sun. So stop wasting time and get outside and work up a thirst, then grab some Summer Helles and quench that thirst. Find yours here.
Smell ya' later,