Shower Beer Pale Ale

Jan 3, 2017

Category: Vices

There’s no question we enjoy a cold refreshing beer from time to time. So it should come as no surprise the sacred pastime of drinking a beer in the shower is a time-honored tradition of ours. It’s a great way to get prepped for an evening or simply relax after a long day. And what better way to do so than with a beer brewed specifically for the very act?

Dubbed the Shower Beer, this brew is a sweet yet high ABV ale clocking in at 10%. They come in six-ounce bottles, meant to get polished off in three robust gulps to help you get your game face on for the coming night. It’s a collaboration between Snask and Pangpang Brewery, brewed with the utmost care and consideration in Sweden. Never leave the house on a sober note again. Shower beer is here to help provide you with the liquid courage you need to get the job done.

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