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Product Review: New Glarus Serendipity

Full Disclosure: I paid for this product with my own money.  I am not being compensated for this post and the opinions are completely my own.

I’ve talked before about how I don’t like beer.  I’ve tried cheap beer, I’ve tried fancy beer, I’m just not really a fan of the flavor.  I do, however, like other fruity tasting hard ciders.  I think these are technically still beer though?  I’m not entirely sure, I don’t know much about the difference between alcohols. Anyone know for sure?

Anyways.

I’ve mentioned New Glarus Brewery in the past when I talked about their Apple Ale.  I just love this little Wisconsin brewery.  This fall, they came out with a new beverage called Serendipity.  This “happy accident fruit ale” has been on my list to try since I first saw it in the grocery store.  Up until recently it seemed that every time I had an opportunity to pick some up, it was out of stock.  When I saw it at the grocery store while I was buying some last minute items for Christmas, I knew I had to pick some up to bring with me.

 

serendipity

It guess itreally wasn’t a surprise considering that I like fruity beverages, but I loved it.  It is made from apples, cranberries, and cherries, and it tastes (to me at least) like a wonderful combination of the Apple Ale and their Raspberry Tart.  YUM.  I liked it so much that I bought more to take to our New Year’s Eve get together as well.

Taste: A+, really love this stuff.
Cost: A, I believe the 750ml bottle that I bought was just under $10. Not too bad for a local brew I’d say.

Would I buy it again?  Absolutely.  I have, and I will.  The good news is that I thought it was a seasonal brew, but it is listed in the year-round category on their website so hopefully it is here to stay!

3 Responses

  1. i just tried this last weekend! a friend brought it to a fun little gathering at another friend’s house. it’s delicious!!! i’m definitely planning to pick some up soon. 🙂

  2. I love the apple ale! I didn’t know this fruit one existed and am looking forward to trying it!

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