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Celebrate National Radler Day!

You guessed it! June 22 is National Radler Day! What better way to welcome summer than by honoring and drinking this cool, clean and refreshing beer style.

Celebrate National Radler Day!

What is a Radler?

This refreshing beer style is a beer and fruit soda mixture. It was invented by German Innkeeper Franz Kugler when “13,000 cyclists” descended upon his bar/inn on a beautiful June day. Totally unprepared for the amount of people he was running out of beer, so he decided to mix it with a lemon soda that his bar just couldn’t get rid of and voila the Radler was invented.

The Uniqueness of Owl’s Brew

Owl’s Brew Radlers are a unique double brew of craft beer and organic tea. The flavors are fresh, delicious and natural with very clean ingredients. The line includes:

Wicked Watermelon
Image by: Owl’s Brew

Wicked Watermelon

(That’s my) Jam

Blondie

Short and Stout

If you are in the New York area you can check them out tonight at The Whisky Kitchen.

Radlers Pair Well With…

  • Sunshine and patios
  • A bike ride and a picnic in the woods
  • Lounging on a boat
  • Pretty much any kind of outdoor summer fun
Let us know what you are doing for National Radler Day!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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