You might have seen our last blog on eight summer beers you gotta try in Madison County, and now we’re bringing you not eight, but eleven more beers that are so fresh and crisp, you might just forget about those skyrocketing temperatures outside! (Probably not. But maybe.)
So, without further ado…
This pale lager is crisp and spicy with hints of hops. It is very drinkable with a clean, refreshing finish.
This black ale is dark and malty, yet has the hoppy taste of an IPA. It is easy to drink, which makes it great for year-round enjoyment.
The malted rye makes this double IPA subtly spicy. Touches of caramel and citrus notes help create a balanced rye ale.
This is a traditional, German-style wheat beer with banana and clove flavors. It is light and very easy to drink.
As the name states, this beer is bursting with hoppy goodness! It’s created with 17 different hop varieties, making it a fan favorite of IPA lovers.
This smooth blonde ale, with subtle flavors of raspberry and honey, create a fruity and easy-drinking brew.
Effervescent and smooth, Quantum Wheat is a summer favorite at Rocket Republic.
This is a traditionally brewed Hefe with hints of banana and cloves. It is a light, crisp beer with a smooth finish.
Squatch is packed with citrus notes and hoppy flavors, but it is surprisingly smooth and a great summer beer.
This lightly sweetened Hefe is finely carbonated with a soft mouth feel, and it is refreshing enough for hot afternoons at the beach or pool.
Infused with real pomegranate, this American Wheat Ale is tart and refreshing. It’s a fun beer, just right for summer celebrations.
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At the age of 12, a subscription to National Geographic magazine began Sarah’s passionate love for all things related to photography, and since then she’s photographed everything from weddings to house fires to beautiful desserts. Sarah works as a photographer and writer in North Alabama and has photographed for numerous national brands including Southern Living,Cooking Light and Pillsbury. She also writes for several local magazines and is a regular contributor to the popular food blog Huntsville Eats. See more of her photography at S. Belanger Photography and keep up with her food adventures at The Jealous Crumpet.