Best Drinks In Cans For Your Labor Day Weekend 2019
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Written by Jeanne O'Brien Coffey for Forbes Magazine
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Last year, when I sought to do an exploration of beer alternatives in cans, I was hard-pressed to find much that was delicious —and had to include beer. Most everything was too sweet, too weird, too unnatural. This year, I've uncovered an impressive array of beverages — nine to be exact— without including beer at all. From a low-alcohol take on a bourbon smash to a tasty Loire sauvignon blanc, here are my picks for any occasion that requires single-serving portability.
"Archer Roose Keeps Surprising Me With Tasty Things in Cans, But I Especially Like This One For Barbecues and Day-Drinking"
Archer Roose Rosé Spritz: Archer Roose keeps surprising me with tasty things in cans, but I especially like this one for barbecues and day-drinking. The blend of sparkling water, rose wine and grape juice concentrate is fresh and tasty, has no weird natural flavors or malt beverage product, and is only 6 percent ABV, more in line with beer than wine. $11.00 for a pack of 4.
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Two of our worldly wines were medalists in the Wine Country Network’s 2020 Canned Challenge Competition!!
Silver was awarded to our Argentinian Malbec which touts balanced acidity and dark ripe fruit, with notes of warm vanilla, blackberry and plum.
Our limited release, Rodi Rose was awarded bronze. This skin-contact white wine is dry and fruit forward with notes of pink grapefruit, dried apricot, peach and melon.Read More
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