It can be difficult, loving beer and fitness and health at the same time. After all, beer has few, if any, health benefits. Is it possible to blend the two, so you’re never losing out? According to Athletic Brewing, it’s totally possible. Athletic Brewing claims it’s “changing the game by providing beer lovers with a way to live a healthy, active lifestyle while experiencing the rich, complex flavors of craft beer.”
But let’s get something straight: This is a non-alcoholic beer. So if you want to get a buzz while staying healthy, go somewhere else. However, if you want to enjoy the complexities of craft beer while sticking to your diet, this non-alcoholic beer could be just the thing for you. According to Athletic Brewing, its brews are ideal for millennials concerned over the health and wellness impacts of alcohol, athletes preparing for big sporting events and individuals looking to cut back on alcohol intake.
What can you expect? Athletic Brewing just released two new styles of beer. There’s the Upside Dawn Golden Ale and the Run Wild IPA. These are in addition to the brand’s previous brews, Stump Jump Autumn Brown and Downwinder Gose. The brews are all at or less than 100 calories. Rotating pilot offerings are available, so if one of the current brews doesn’t appeal to you, you can always find another.
If you want to try Athletic Brewing for yourself, buy the brews online, starting at $13 for a six-pack. Select stores also offer Athletic Brewing, and you can check the website’s handy navigation feature to find a store near you.
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