Michigan Patio Beers To Try This Summer

. May 2, 2018.
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Wet your whistle with these summer sippers.

EL LIGERO

Griffin Claw Brewing Company—Birmingham, Michigan
4.5% ABV

Photo courtesy @Griffinclaw (Twitter).

Photo courtesy @Griffinclaw (Twitter).

El Ligero is a clean and crisp Mexican Lager that Griffin Claw brewed with fresh lime juice to give it that true vacation flavor.

WHANGO

Atwater Brewing Company—Detroit, Michigan
4.9% ABV

Photo courtesy @atwaterbeer (Twitter).

Photo courtesy @atwaterbeer (Twitter).

German Pale Wheat malt lends this clean offering a lightly citric crispness at the back of the palate. The addition of real mango adds a soft, sweet roundness to the body and natural mango flavoring lifts the aroma to match.

JUICY

Petoskey Brewing Company—Petoskey, Michigan
5.7% ABV

Photo courtesy www.petoskeybrewing.com.

Photo courtesy www.petoskeybrewing.com.

Bursting with rich, mouth watering citrus and tropical hop aromas, this New England style IPA is a melange of juicy flavors.

Yes, please!

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