Gateway Gazette

Beer Adds Fruit For Fabulous Refreshment

Fruit-flavoured beverages are becoming more popular with Canadians, resulting in 22 new flavoured beers being introduced in 2013. Industry insiders say this represents 11% of all new beer launches in Canada.

For example, if you can’t resist a light citrusy taste, try Molson Canadian 67 Tangerine Twist. With a twist of natural flavor delivering unique tangerine taste, this premium light beer is refreshingly smooth. Bonus—at just 67 calories, you don’t have to sacrifice calories for taste.

If apricot and peach are more up your alley, a fruit-infused cider is a delicious non-beer alternative. Cider Stone Fruit (another Molson brand) combines delicious tasting cider (made with 100% Canadian apples) with a unique and subtle blend of peach and apricot flavours. Tip: serve cider over ice for the crispest and most refreshing taste.

So go on–give your taste buds something to cheer about and give fruit-flavoured beverages a whirl.

(Source: MCC Beer Warehouse Aug 2013)

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