According to GuideLive.com, our Hibiscus Saison is the perfect pairing for your Thanksgiving meal! We couldn’t agree more! Check out their reasons why here. Better yet, grab a six pack and test it for yourself!
Win a keg from Adelbert’s if you #showusyourcans!
Adelbert’s wants to help sponsor your next summer party, so tag us and three friends in your photo on Facebook (Adelbert’s Brewery), Twitter, and Instagram (@adelbertsbeer) with the hashtag #showusyourcans for your chance to win a keg!
1. Must be 21 or older to enter.
2. Must be following us on the platform (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) entered in order to win.
3. Follow and enter on multiple platforms for more chances to win!
4. Send us your photo and tag at least 3 friends you’d invite to your party to be entered to win.
The winner will be announced August 1st.
Because a keg is basically just a giant can!
Have you ever wondered what the top rated beers in Austin are? Well wonder no more. We have compiled a list of the top rated local craft beers for each brewery, as voted on by users of Untappd, Beeradvocate, and Ratebeer. (We chose the single top rated beer from each brewery.) … Adelbert’s Tripel B Don’t mistake this yellow fizzy beer for any macro. This complex Belgian ale is a simple decision when it comes down to what you should order next. Read the full article at CraftBeerAustin.com.
People everywhere are rejoicing because summer is officially here, and with it comes pool parties and a plethora of outdoor fun. While other people around the country are enjoying a lovely boozy lunch on the patio with a mild breeze and plenty of sunshine – those of us here in Texas are bracing for oppressive triple digit heat … What could be better than a citra-hopped pink saison? One that benefits the Breast Cancer Resource Center of Texas. Part of the Whimsical series, the Hibiscus Saison is an effervescent ale brewed with hibiscus flowers, with hint of tartness and plenty of tropical fruit and citrus notes. Normally you will only find Adelbert’s beers in large format bottle-conditioned packaging, so this is the first time you’ll be able to take one of their beers to the lake! PS – look for Naked Nun to come out in cans this summer as well. Read the full article at PorchDrinking.com