Adelbert’s Releasing Buzzbait Blonde Cans

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Adelbert’s  Brewery is happy to announce the release of its newest beer, Buzzbait Blonde, and its partnership with the Coastal Conservation Association Texas (CCA).

Buzzbait Blonde, a crisp, refreshing blonde ale, is the perfect beer for summer sipping. Hints of honey and peach blend with Sladek hops to bring forth a bright and balanced ale. The brewery recommends pairing it with caprese salad, grilled dishes, spicy Thai, and french fries.

“My brother was an avid fisherman who loved spending time on the water with a cold beer next to him. This beer honors his favorite pastime and is aptly named after a fishing lure he used, which also happens to be a great beer name,” said Scott Hovey, Owner and Founder of Adelbert’s Brewery.

Expanding on the breweries charitable ties, proceeds from Buzzbait Blonde’s sales will go to CCA Texas. The brewery also donates a portion of sales from its popular Hibiscus Saison to the Breast Cancer Resource Center (BCRC).

Sarah Haney, General Manager of Adelbert’s added, “We have donated over $10,000 since we began our partnership with the BCRC. We are very excited about our new partnership with CCA and all the good we can do for a cause that was close to Del’s heart.”

The beer is now available across the state of Texas. Buzzbait will join a year-round rotation with the breweries other can offerings, Mango Wit, Naked Nun and Hibiscus Saison. The brewery plans to add one more can, Lemon Rye, to its line up in the coming months.

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