Short’s Releasing Short’sified New England-Style India Pale Ale: Slurm

imageFrom Short’s:

Hey Michigan, if you’ve been jonesing for a Short’sified New England style India Pale Ale, today’s your lucky day! With juicy fruit aromas, ample hop bitterness, and a haze that just won’t quit, Slurm is here to fill your pint with dank, cloudy beer.  

Slurm (6.5% ABV – 75 IBU) is a hazy, juicy New England style India Pale Ale. Light orange in color with a prominent haze, Slurm has aromas of pineapple and mango. Big tropical fruit flavors hit you up front and carry through to the finish. This easy drinking, medium-bodied New England style IPA has a slightly bitter, dry finish.

This highly addictive NEIPA is “slurmy” in the best way imaginable. Chock full of hoppy goodness (no Slurm Worms here), it’ll be hard to last more than 12 minutes between pints! Find sixers of Slurm on Michigan store shelves this week.---

Drink Slurm!

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2 comments (click to read or post):

  1. So, is it not getting national distro?

  2. That's how it reads to me...Michigan-only.


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