Full Sail Session Lager Coming To 12oz Cans

imageFrom Full Sail:

Hood River, Oregon – February 28, 2017 – Full Sail Brewing Co. is excited to announce – for the first time – Session Lager in 12 oz. aluminum cans. Session is a classic, all-malt lager that’s crisp, smooth, and refreshing, and now your après-single track Session, après-surf Session, après-ski Session, après-jam Session, après-anything Session comes in 6-pack and 15-pack cans.

“It’s the same award-winning lager, but now in a can,” says Full Sail Brewmaster Jim Kelter. “It feels as good in the hand as the iconic stubby, and it will go places where the bottle couldn’t.”

imageSession is synonymous with the old-school stubby bottle. So distinctive. So beloved. We love the stubby too, that’s for sure. But sometimes we want to take our Session to places bottles just shouldn’t go. Places where dropping your beloved Session would cause instant loss and unspeakable grief. Places where bare feet are a way of life. For those occasions and locations where you’d love to have a Session, just not in a glass bottle, Full Sail is thrilled to provide the new Session can.

When Full Sail launched the Session brand 12 years ago, it quickly became the hottest new craft-beer brand on the market, which has since brought home 100 medals, including 40 golds. Session’s not a micro, a macro, or an import, but in a way it’s a little bit of each. You see, virtually everyone who likes beer likes Session. It’s a brand that’s accessible without being ordinary. Totally drinkable, but never at the expense of character. And now, that same award-winning Session Lager is available year-round in 12 oz., take-anywhere cans, in 6-packs for yourself and in handy 15-packs to share with friends. Yes we can! 5.1% ABV, 18 IBUs.

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