A List Of The Best Beers For The 19th Hole
We repeat. The 19th hole is the best hole. No one rushes you. You don’t need to make a shot often. But you will want to.
After a great golf game day, you might want to spend time in the clubhouse. Or maybe you’d like to spend time at the back of your car in the parking lot, drinking beers with friends.
But beer can take its toll on you. Not that it’s always bad of course.
Listed here are beers that wouldn’t hurt your muscle recovery after golf!
Avery Joe’s Premium American Pilsner
The crisp pilsner is as classic as its name-light malt followed by refreshing noble hops taste of freshly cut grass.
Oskar Blues Pinner Throwback IPA
They created the concept of canned craft beer. This refreshing, hop-forward IPA toes the session line at 4.9% ABV
With only 4.2 ABV, you can get the right amount of alcohol flavor. At 155 calories you’re safe with this stout.
Modern Times Fortunate Islands
This 5% ABV wheat ale bursts with IPA-worthy hop notes but finishes as you’d expect, with a mildly nutty backbone.
Anderson Valley Blood Orange Goose
This dry, salty-sour wheat beer has its own twist of orange. It’s strange, but it can help replace your electrolytes.
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