HAP & HARRY’S TENNESSEE LAGER

COLOR: Clear golden with slight reddish hues
AROMA: Clean, sweet bready notes with a hint of noble hops
TASTE: Clean, bready malt sweetness with just enough hop bitterness to cleanse the palate
FINISH: Clean, crisp
ABV: 4.9%
MALTS: Pilsner, Vienna, Biscuit
HOPS: Perle for bittering, Saaz for aroma
IBU: 14

HAP & HARRY’S TENNESSEE ALE

COLOR: Deep ruby red
AROMA: Sweet, fresh baked bread, malty
TASTE: Balanced, sweet, piney yet malty, with hints of caramel
FINISH: Sweet caramel
ABV: 5.1%
MALTS: Pilsner, Munich, Special W
HOPS: Cascade
IBU: 22

HAP & HARRY’S, KINGS OF LEON COLLABORATE ON REVELRY AMBER ALE

SPECIAL RELEASE  |  SEPTEMBER  |  NASHVILLE

Grammy award-winning artists Kings of Leon and Hap & Harry’s Tennessee Beer partnered together to produce a limited-edition release called Revelry, an Amber Ale. Available in cans and on draft in select Nashville venues, net proceeds of Hap & Harry’s Kings of Leon Revelry Ale will be donated to The Arthritis Foundation to fund research and treatment of Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis.

Named for a song from the 2008 Kings of Leon album “Only by the Night,” Hap & Harry’s Kings of Leon Revelry Amber Ale is a light and clean sessionable ale with restrained chocolately malts. It’s easy to drink and food friendly.

> THE REVELRY ALE STORY

Hap Motlow, of the legendary Jack Daniel family from Lynchburg, TN, used to tell his friend Harry Lipman, “To make great whiskey, you gotta make great beer.” As the first distributor of Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey after the repeal of prohibition, Harry passed this lesson down through the generations of Lipmans, who still remain in the beverage alcohol business to this day. Hap & Harry’s Tennessee Beers honor the friendship these two men shared over a half-century ago. Cheers to great friends and great beer!
Hap and Harrys

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