If you're like me, beer in cans during the summer time is the way to go. (Especially since, at our house, the rule to playing any yard game is that you must have a beer in-hand...which proves difficult when holding a glass or a bottle). I've never been blown away with too many of the summer beers available in cans, but I do love this one: The Kimmie, The Yink & The Holy Gose by Anderson Valley Brewing Company out of California.
Clocking in at a low 4.2% ABV, this refreshingly light beer also has a hint of salt - which is typical for a gose. Goses possess a low hop bitterness and a bit of sharpness from salt, and this gose is no exception. The saltiness might sound counterintuitive, but it's just enough to make each sip interesting and thirst-quenching. A hint of fresh lemon helps round everything out, making this an ideal beer for sipping outside (preferably while playing Cornhole).
The Kimmie, The Yink & The Holy Gose is a limited release, so snag a few cans while you can!
What have you been sipping on lately?