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NEW: BEST DAMN Cream Soda And Limited Release Of BEST DAMN Sweet Tea

bestdamncreamBEST DAMN Brewing Co. is back to bring you the best damn news you’ve heard all day with the release of their newest hard soda, BEST DAMN Cream Soda. Hitting shelves nationwide starting March 6th, BEST DAMN Cream Soda is aged on real vanilla beans during the brewing process for a touch of sweetness.

“BEST DAMN Cream Soda is our take on timeless recipe and is a sweet addition to any occasion whether you’re out with the guys, drinking with friends at a BBQ or even cheering on your favorite team,” said Kathryn Sattler, Sr. Director, BEST DAMN Brewing Co., Anheuser-Busch. “BEST DAMN Cream Soda joins the national family of flavorful and approachable brews, and complements our fan-favorite BEST DAMN Root Beer with another take on nostalgic flavors. It’s SODA-licious, you’ll love it.”

bestdamnAdditionally, in 2017, the brand will continue to grow its portfolio of flavorful brews with BEST DAMN Sweet Tea, available in select Northwest and Midwest markets starting March 27th. The new hard tea is aged on real black tea leaves during the brewing process for a crisp and refreshing taste – “Tastiness Guaran-Tea’d!” BEST DAMN Sweet Tea joins the brand’s portfolio of beers including BEST DAMN Cream Soda, BEST DAMN Root Beer, and BEST DAMN Apple Ale.

Drinkers can find the new brews where BEST DAMN Brewing Co. products are sold, for purchase in six-packs of 12-oz. bottles and 16-oz. cans.

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Celebrating Bourbon Heritage Month

From our friends at COCKTAILS, 365.

Cocktails, 365

Every day is a holiday anymore. Take a glance at any modern calendar (assuming it’s 1999 and you’re still using a wall calendar) and you’ll notice that September is full of holidays like Preparedness Month, Honey Month, Salami Day, and Spare Weasel Zealots Week. (Only one of those doesn’t exist.)

Because one weasel is too few.

However, we’re never ones to turn down a good booze-related celebration. As summer turns to fall, it seems fitting that September is National Bourbon Month.

The US Senate declared September 2007 as “National Bourbon Heritage Month.” The bill was sponsored by Republican Senator Jim Bunning of Kentucky and passed by unanimous consent. The resolution calls for consumers who enjoy bourbon to do so responsibly and in moderation. The bill follows up on a 1964 Act of Congress that declared bourbon “America’s Native Spirit” by celebrating the “family heritage, tradition and deep-rooted legacy that the bourbon industry contributes to the United…

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Ginger Up

From our friends at THE AMERICAN COCKTAIL. Exact and to the point

Have you ever wondered what the difference is between ginger beer and ginger ale?

It all began with ginger beer originating in Yorkshire, England in the 18th century. It once contained a small amount of alcohol, unlike its present day predecessor, which is brewed as a soft drink. Ginger ale was created later in the 1900’s. A lighter drink that gained popularity in England, Canada and the US, and has been used as a remedy to settle stomach upsets.

The difference between the two beverages; Ginger beer is actually brewed and fermented while ginger ale is essentially a carbonated beverage made from water and ginger. The fermentation of the ginger beer gives it a stronger flavor with less carbonation.

I acquired a sample of CRAFT Spicy Ginger Beer, while it has enough flavor to stand on its own I used it to mix a few cocktails.

Try a few of…

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