Coronado Seacoast Pilsner & Guava Islander Coming To Cans

imageWe brought you a peek at these cans back in Sept (here and here) and now this update from Coronado:

Coronado Brewing Company heard the fan demand and is proud to announce the release of two core brands in cans! Beginning immediately, Seacoast Pilsner and Guava Islander will be available in 12oz cans. “Both of these styles are perfect for cans,” says Ryan Brooks, Brewmaster, Coronado Brewing Company. “Seacoast is the ultimate session beer-crisp, clean, and refreshing. And Guava Islander is a fruit-forward, tropical, easy-drinking IPA.” These latest additions will bring the company’s can offerings to six year-round beers, including: Orange Ave. Wit, Islander IPA, Stingray IPA, Easy Up Pale Ale, Guava Islander, and Seacoast Pilsner. For more information about where to find these beers near you, please visit Stay Coastal. Cheers.

Seacoast Label:

This California pilsner is crisp, refreshing and highly drinkable with hop aroma and flavor from Czech Saaz, Cluster and German Hallertau hops. Our Seacoast Pilsner is the perfect companion to endless days spent on sun-kissed shores, sandy beaches, backyard BBQ’s – or just about anywhere!

Seacoast Specs: 4.9% ABV 18 IBU

Can Release:
February 1, 2017
12oz cans, draft

Guava Islander Label:

Tropical fruit meets tropical vibes in this “guavacated” version of our Islander IPA. Brewed with the classic West Coast combo of Centennial, Chinook and Columbus hops, this beer gets the tropical treatment with a hefty dose of fresh guava puree. The result is a surprisingly smooth, unfiltered IPA bursting with tropical goodness that’s sure to put you in that island state of mind.

Guava Islander Specs: 7.0% ABV 65 IBU
Can Release: February 1, 2017

12oz cans, 22oz bottles, draft

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