Summer is in full swing which means summer-flavored alcohol is here! There's nothing like sitting on the porch, watching the fireflies, with a cold one. A few months ago Pabst Blue Ribbon announced a new Hard Tea was coming and it looks like the time is finally here. According to Instagram, Pabst Blue Ribbon Hard Tea Peach is now available in several states. Grab a cooler and load up on this new PBR drink.
PBR Hard Peach Tea is in Stores Now
Described as "bold black tea and natural peach flavor blend into a refreshing, satisfying brew." the 12-ounce cans boast a 4% ABV, which makes this hard iced tea perfect to sip on throughout the entire afternoon. The new Pabst Blue Ribbon Hard Tea Peach is also low-calorie (only 100 calories per serving) which makes it light and refreshing.
While it hasn't been released nationwide yet, some states, including Illinois, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin have gotten the chance to try the new beverage early. To find out if it is in a store near you check the Drizly links (which are embedded in this article) or use PBR's beer locator.
Along with the hard tea, Pabst Brewing Company has launched two new beverages in the last year including hard seltzer and hard coffee. The new flavors are different than the original beer the company has been making since 1844.
Pabst Blue Ribbon Hard Coffee
Made with rich creamy milk and vanilla flavor along with Arabica and Robusta coffee beans, the 5% ABV drink is "among the first of its kind in the industry." Some have compared it to a thicker version of the Starbucks bottled frappuccinos with a taste reminiscent of Baileys. A drink like this is a great addition to those early morning tailgates.
Pabst Blue Ribbon Stronger Seltzer
Seltzer is completely taking over the alcohol industry and we aren't complaining. New Pabst Blue Ribbon Stronger Seltzer comes in two fruity flavors (Lime and Wild Berry) and prides itself on being a strong seltzer with an 8% ABV.
It's hard to choose what to drink next with all these new PBR products.
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