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Union Brothers has a KILLER Can Supply Right Now!

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Guys, it’s been a great weekend here at Fueled by Hops.  With the “Cheers, Yinz!” fest winding out, I’m thinking of stockpiling a supply of cans to get me through this upcoming Quarantined Thanksgiving.

Union Brothers Brewing just had a MAJOR canning week! As I’ve blogged already, they’re starting to crank out more and more of their amazing brews in cans to help all of us enjoy beer safely and responsibility during this COVID surge. Here’s what’s currently available in cans: 

The Sauced series is a must-have if you lean towards the fruited and sour spectrum of beers. First off, there’s Sauced: Pineapple Upside Down Cake. This one weighs in at 5.5% and is the perfect marriage of sweet sugar and tart pineapple. Sounds delectable! There’s also Sauced: Tangerine. This is a base sour of the series, conditioned on tangerines, vanilla, and orange sherbet. Sounds like the perfect blast of citrus! Sauced is a series that I keep hearing more and more amazing things about – if you’re a sour lover, grab some! 

Next up on Union Brothers’ canned offerings is How to: Embrace a Swamp Creature. An imperial double IPA, this 8.5% beast is the hazy, dank brew to make your IPA dreams come true.

 Lastly, Puffs is coming! An 8% milk stout, this is the perfect brew for all of you dark beer fans out there. A chocolate milk stout conditioned on cacao nibs and vanilla, it’s a home run for the changing weather out there. Due to a canning delay this past week, Puffs will be available right before your Thanksgiving meals on Wednesday the 25th! Make a plan to swing by Union Brothers this week to grab some excellent brews! 

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