Characteristics: A wheat ale with a light, fruity apricot sweetness. We’re still a little confused why this brewery’s named Heartland since we’re on the East Coast, but we’re willing to overlook that since it’s pretty delicious.
Characteristics: This Belgian style ale is complex with notes of citrus, strawberry, and clove. They call this one their wedding beer. Could it be because both people drinking it are destined to be together or because of the season? Probably the season, but we’re romantics at heart.
Characteristics: This pale ale has a fresh bready flavor, light crisp bitterness, and a citrus/floral aroma. The website also says it has a very sunny disposition, so you don’t have to worry about it calling you mean names or throwing itself in your face.
Characteristics: A blend of caramel, biscuit and nutty malt flavors, it’s dry-hopped, unfiltered and unpasteurized. Not specifically a summer brew but it has the highest alcohol content of the bunch, so we had to include it. Leave it to the Bronx to get us the drunkest.