Able Seedhouse + Brewery is proud to introduce Neon Groves, a sun-kissed yellow fruited sour ale is full of bright tangerine, apricot and mango juiciness.

Able Seedhouse + Brewery is proud to introduce Neon Groves, a sun-kissed yellow fruited sour ale is full of bright tangerine, apricot and mango juiciness.

Able Seedhouse + Brewery Introduces Neon Groves

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Able Seedhouse + Brewery is proud to introduce Neon Groves. This sun-kissed yellow fruited sour ale is full of bright tangerine, apricot and mango juiciness meant to please your pallet and help you forget about the season’s dark and cold days.

“Neon Groves is a clean, juicy, drinkable, and delicious sour ale full of summer vibes to help shake off the winter woes,” says Able Head Brewer Bobby Blasey. “The tartness is super balanced and plays well with the juiciness of the fruit. It’s crazy refreshing and I hope everyone digs it like we do.”

Neon Groves is a fruited sour ale with 4.1% ABV and 5 IBU. Leave the blahs at the door and sip on this bright creation in the Able taproom starting Wednesday, February 19th and in local retailers starting Monday, February 24th. For samples, interview opportunities or additional details, please contact Kelly Plummer at kelly@superstarpr.com.

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