Hood River, Oregon – April 6th, 2018 – With its eye-popping packaging and crisp, easy-drinking vibe, Full Sail Brewing Co.’s new Sesión Negra Mexican Style Lager, the latest member of the Session family, has been en fuego from the moment it hit shelves. This rich, garnet-colored Mexican lager is the perfect complement to the original Sesión Cerveza.
“Sesión Negra has a clean, refreshing, easy-drinking profile with hints of maize and caramel,” says Full Sail Brewmaster Greg Doss. “It’s not a porter, and it’s very different from Session Dark.” And like every Session, Sesión Negra is brewed to go down easy and put a smile on your face.
When Full Sail launched the Session brand 12 years ago, it quickly became the hottest new craft-beer brand on the market, which has since brought home more than 100 medals, including 58 golds. Session’s not a micro, a macro, or an import, but in a way it’s a little bit of each. You see, virtually everyone who likes beer likes Session. It’s a brand that’s accessible without being ordinary. Totally drinkable, but never at the expense of character. And now, new Sesión Negra Mexican Style Lager is available in 6-packs, 12-packs and on draft. Hecha en Hood River. Enjoyed everywhere. ¡Saludos! 5% ABV, 20 IBUs.
About Full Sail Brewing Company
Perched on a bluff in Hood River, Oregon, overlooking the mighty Columbia River’s epic wind and kite surfing and the snow-capped volcanic peak of Mt. Hood, Full Sail is a true craft-brewing pioneer. Since 1987, Full Sail has been pouring pure Mt. Hood water, local ingredients and responsible processes into each and every pint. Full Sail’s brews and sustainable practices have garnered more than 300 national and international awards, including more than 200 gold medals and Beverage World’s “Craft Brewer of the Year” distinction. From Full Sail Amber and IPA to Session Lager and bourbon barrel-aged beers, Full Sail consistently strives to brew complex, balanced and ridiculously tasty beers. Learn more at www.fullsailbrewing.com.
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