Review Updated on 2021-06-21
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Rating 94
Style American Wheat Ale, Sour Beer
Produced In Framingham, Mass.
United States
ABV 4.5%
Availability Spring

Perfect For

Brunch Sipping, Picnics In The Park, Summer Sipping

Springdale Beer Co. Lavenade Review

This tart lemon-and-lavender ale hits with fresh-squeezed lemonade and a sessionable level of acidity for a sour beer. It’d be a bit of a stretch to say it tastes like lavender, but having a floral, herbal note in the background is better than tasting like a bathbomb, so we’re fine with it. It’s a thirst-quenching refresher on its own, but Springdale also recommends using it as a cocktail mixer with gin, honey simple syrup, and yes — more fresh lemon juice.

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POINTS
Springdale Beer Co. Lavenade
This tart lemon-and-lavender ale hits with fresh-squeezed lemonade and a sessionable level of acidity for a sour beer. It’d be a bit of a stretch to say it tastes like lavender, but having a floral, herbal note in the background is better than tasting like a bathbomb, so we’re fine with it. It’s a thirst-quenching refresher on its own, but Springdale also recommends using it as a cocktail mixer with gin, honey simple syrup, and yes — more fresh lemon juice.

Reviewed On: 06-22-2021
94
POINTS
Springdale Beer Co. Lavenade
This tart lemon-and-lavender ale hits with fresh-squeezed lemonade and a sessionable level of acidity for a sour beer. It’d be a bit of a stretch to say it tastes like lavender, but having a floral, herbal note in the background is better than tasting like a bathbomb, so we’re fine with it. It’s a thirst-quenching refresher on its own, but Springdale also recommends using it as a cocktail mixer with gin, honey simple syrup, and yes — more fresh lemon juice.

Reviewed On: 06-22-2021