Shmaltz Releasing Star Trek The Next Generation Beer: “Symbiosis” & Slingshot Cans

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For over 10,000-years a symbiotic relationship has thrived between yeast and sugar, malts and hops, beer and beer lovers. For our latest Star Trek release, we are celebrating this benevolent co-existence & paying homage to the 30th Anniversary of Star Trek: Next Generation, and the episode, "Symbiosis". In this episode, 2 different races from the same galaxy have seemingly found a way to peacefully coexist and work together for the betterment of all. However, we eventually learn that their relationship is based on the false promise of felicium, which is sold by the Brekkians to the Ornarans. This forces Captain Picard to make an excruciating choice: uphold the Prime Directive, or save an entire civilization from exploitation. In this 30th Anniversary Ale, the Shmaltz crew has upheld its Prime Directive to boldly unite hops, malts, yeast, & water in the pursuit of craft beer excellence. Share a bottle of this limited edition commemorative ale with your own federation. Make It So! 

You asked for it and we listened! Shmaltz Brewing Company is thrilled to share that we're putting Slingshot American Craft Lager into 12 oz. cans! These beautiful aluminum chariots will be making their way across the country in 12 packs just in time for warm weather gatherings. Take these cans with you on a hike, to the lake, on the boat, your patio, favorite outdoor music venue, or anywhere else glass isn't allowed.

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