Short’s Releasing Frambuesa Diablita Private Stache 7/6

27 June 2017

imageFrom Short’s:

July 6th, a seemingly ordinary day is about to turn into your favorite Thursday of the summer. What’s happening on this simple, summer Thursday you ask? This particular Jueves will bring the release of our first Private Stache of the summer, the ridiculously delicious, tequila barrel aged, hard to classify, Frambuesa Diablita!

Frambuesa Diablita is a super sour tequila barrel aged mixed culture Gose and American Sour Ale blend with raspberry. The next step in the evolution of one of our favorite birthday brews, Ocho de Mayo, Frambuesa Diablita is our Short’sified take on the ultimate raspberry “beerita.”   

Frambuesa Diablita will be packaged in 500 mL bottles and available ONLY at our pub in Bellaire, MI. This fiesta in a bottle is available to you for only $11.99 (no bottle limit). Pick up a bottle (plus one for each of your tequila lovin’ BFFs) and enjoy a Short’s brew or two on tap.

There’s no better time of year for a beer on the dock or a margarita on the deck. Don’t make it a choice, now you can have your beer and drink a margarita too with Frambuesa Diablita!

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