Workhorse Brewing Co. recently announced a differentiator — the Flights To Go — what it’s calling “craft beer’s first portable beer flight.” Each flight is comprised of six 8-oz cans featuring three ales and three lagers, handcrafted by Workhorse’s award-winning brewmaster Nate Olewine. The variety packs will be available for purchase at Workhorse’s 70,000-sq-ft production facility and Taproom in King of Prussia, as well as select bars, restaurants, bottle shops and distributors throughout greater Philadelphia.
“In a market with a myriad of options for the beer drinker, our goal from day one has been to create an accessible, approachable portfolio of no-nonsense beers,” said Workhorse CEO and Cofounder Dan Hershberg. “Rather than seek to differentiate our brand through unique styles and over-the-top can labels, we’ve maintained a focus on consistency of product and highlighting our core beers as dependable, reliable options for the local consumer.”
Featuring six, year-round styles — New England IPA, West Coast IPA, Pale Ale, Helles, Vienna Lager and Pilsner — Flights To Go showcases a broad array of hop-forward ales and clean, crisp lagers designed to appeal to a wide variety of craft fans. The smaller, 8-oz can provides tasting size portions for those either unfamiliar with the brand, allowing them to sample and choose their favorite, or those interested in consuming a few different flavors without having to drink substantial quantities in one sitting. The variety pack is perfect for parties, and the portable nature of the cans means that they’re ideal for the golf course, picnics or the beach.
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