MKE Brewing Releasing Lo-Giii Wit Cans (15-Packs)

25 May 2016

From MKE Brewing:

Introducing Milwaukee Brewing’s first ever 12oz can, Lo-Gii.

Lo-Gii Wit is a full flavored, extremely sessionable descendent of our monster O-Gii Imperial Wit Beer. Traditional orange peel and coriander meld with fresh cut ginger, culminating with an infusion of Rishi?s green tea for a vibrant taste unlike any other.

Lo-Gii will be available in 15 packs and in stores soon!

“From innovative brews to unique packaging and design, we are always looking for ways to continue the evolution of the MKE Brewing Co. brand,” says Milwaukee Brewing Co. founder Jim McCabe. “O-Gii Imperial Wit was the first of its kind to introduce an Asian spice influenced and green tea infused Wit beer at 9.2% ABV. Lo-Gii Asian Spiced Wit has all unique flavor of its predecessor yet in a much more sessionable version. In addition, the 12 oz. cans are a first for our brand and the 15-pack design is one of first in the nation for craft brewers.”

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