Absolutely nothing beats a cold brew while you are listening to some way cool tunes and enjoying sunny spring Central Texas weather.
New for the 2017 Austin Reggae Festival is the addition of several standout craft beers and ciders to the lineup of available adult beverages. These new options include Austin Eastciders Original Cider, Independence Red Bud Berlinerweisse, Independence Stash IPA, Karbach Love Street Kolsch, Karbach Weekend Warrior Pale Ale, Twisted X Austin Lager, Twisted X Later Days Session IPA and Ziegenbock Amber.
A complete rundown of all the beers and ciders we will be pouring from April 14-16 at Auditorium Shores is as follows:
- Austin Eastciders Original Cider
We make Austin Eastciders the traditional way with juice from real cider apples that we source from Europe. Our ciders are full of tannins, creating astringency and a complex flavor profile that’s dry, clean, crisp, refreshing and tastes almost too good going down. Our cider contains roughly two-thirds less sugar than our largest competitors. Translation: less time spent at the gym, more time enjoying a cider you can feel good about drinking.
- Bud Light
Premium aroma hop varieties—American-grown and imported—plus barley malts and rice go into the world’s favorite light beer. 4.2% ABV & 110 calories.
Known as “The King of Beers,” Budweiser was first introduced by Adolphus Busch in 1876 and it’s still brewed with the same high standards today. Budweiser is a medium-bodied, flavorful, crisp American-style lager. Brewed with the best barley malt and a blend of premium hop varieties, it is an icon of core American values like optimism and celebration.
- Independence Red Bud Berlinerweisse
Inspired by the Berlin wheat beer, Redbud is refreshingly tart and lemony. It has a subtle wheat maltiness and it’s highly effervescent with a crisp finish. It is the perfect beer for scorching Texas summers. Fans of sour beers encouraged us to brew Redbud year-round, so we listened! Since it’s pretty darn warm in Texas 9 months out of the year, it only made sense to brew Redbud all the time.