Dogfish Head Off-Centered Activity Box Variety 12-PackRegular price $24.99 Save $-24.99
Included in the Off-Centered Activity Box are three cans of each of the following beers (Box will be removed for shipping purposes):
Slightly Mighty – (4.0% ABV) A full-flavored, lo-cal IPA that is slight in calories and carbs, and mighty in hop character. Brewed with locally grown and malted barley, and a touch of monk fruit to add body and flavor without adding any calories or carbs, Slightly Mighty has all the aroma and essence of a world class IPA, but with only 95 calories, 3.6g carbs, 1g protein and 0g fat per 12oz serving.
SuperEIGHT – (5.3% ABV) A super-refreshing Super Gose brewed with eight heroic ingredients, including prickly pear, mango, boysenberry, blackberry, raspberry, elderberry and kiwi juices, and a dash of toasted quinoa, as well as an ample addition of red Hawaiian sea salt. These unique ingredients give SuperEIGHT a vibrant red color, delicious flavors of berries and watermelon, and a tart yet refreshing finish.
SeaQuench Ale – (4.9% ABV) A mash-up of a Kölsch, Gose and Berliner Weiss, this hybrid session sour is brewed with lime peel, black limes and sea salt. Objectively the most thirst-quenching beer we’ve ever brewed, it clocks in at 140 calories, 9g carbs, 2g protein and 0g fat per 12oz serving. Tart and refreshing with crisp flavors of lime, lightly bitter notes of black lime and a touch of salt on the tongue, SeaQuench Ale is currently the #1 selling sour beer in America.
Namaste White – (4.8% ABV) A zesty, Belgian-style witbier brewed with dried orange flesh and peel, lemongrass, coriander, peppercorns and a dose of good karma. Chock full of aromas of citrus and clove, and subtle hints of coriander, Namaste White offers a balance of citrus and sweet malt flavors, and slightly spicy finish.
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