REVIEW: Hey Y’All Hard Ice Tea
Ok, you caught us these aren’t beers, but they are so perfect for the summer, The Beer Maven just had to include them in her Patio Crushables Series.
By The Beer Maven Sondra Baker on Aug. 08, 2016
Georgia Peach 5% abv
The flavour of Georgia peaches is not overpowering but deliciously balanced with southern style iced tea. Perfectly paired with suntanning, and any outdoor activity. Best enjoyed in a bikini or with someone wearing one 😉
Southern Style 5% abv
Brewed with black tea and slightly sweetened with cane sugar. Does not come with a front porch swing but it should. Enjoy over ice at your favorite outdoor spot. True old fashioned ice tea flavour without the heavy sweetness.
Lemonade and Ice Tea 5% abv
Lemonade & Ice Tea, summers two favorite drinks all grown up. Trust me if you had a lemonade stand with this baby you’d make a mint! For your over 18 neighbours only of course 😉 Pour over Ice with a slice of lemon in your favorite glass & invite your friends over stat!
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