Alter Brewing Company Releases Seasonal Pilsner Throughout Chicagoland

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Alter Brewing Company is thrilled to announce the 2019 release of Day Sipper, their summer seasonal lager, both on draft and in 6-pack cans. Inspired by the classic German style, this pilsner is a crisp, clean, and a very refreshing option for the hot summer months.

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“In a world dominated by hoppy beers, ours included, we love to circle back to those tried and true classic styles and the beauty of their approachability,” said co-founder Mark Hedrick. beer and food course

This year sees a broader release of Day Sipper, as their distribution partner Lakeshore Beverage will be extending its coverage to the city of Chicago and much more of the metropolitan area. Get it right now in the taproom, and look for draft and cans to be available throughout Chicago and the western suburbs beginning the first week of July.

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Company: Alter Brewing Company
Contact: Adam Hooczko
Email: adam@alterbrewing.com

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