Meet the Beers: The Sub 4 ABV Challenge


We’re excited to announce the entrants for the Sub 4 ABV Challenge. There’s really no true competition here, just a fun addition to the event. Tasty low ABV beers can be hard to fine, and can be very refreshing after a run, particularly in a hot and humid North Carolina Summer. Here are a few choice brews that you’ll be able to enjoy starting at 7:30 PM, when they’re tapped (if you’re 21 or over) at the pre and post party at Raleigh Brewing Company on August 1st. If you drink, please don’t drive! Use Uber and the code: SIRWALTERMILER for $20 worth of rides!

RBC city of blokes Raleigh’s the City of Oaks, but we’re named for a bloke, Sir Walter Raleigh. Our take on the popular English session ale, designed for ultra-maximum drinkability and flavor. Expect hints of toast, roasted nuts, and caramelized honey with a moderate earthy hop note. (3.8% ABV)
fullsteam el toro A true-to-style American Cream Ale, brewed with 100% North Carolina barley and corn. Inspired by our home city of Durham, this straw-colored beer is welcoming and unpretentious. A perfect beverage when you “just want a beer.” (4.5% ABV)
new-belgium-brewing-logo summer helles Light, bright and easy drinking. First brewed to celebrate 40 years of the Telluride Bluegrass Festival. The aroma is fresh grains and honey with a spicy-herbal twang. This danceable lager carries the pleasant sweetness of pale and German Pils malts, and levels off with the light and noble bitterness of Hallertau and Tettnang hops. (5% ABV)
Natty Greenes wildflower label A refreshing beverage with a sweet and tantalizing taste. True to the Belgian tradition, the flavor is defined by spices. The foundation is a dry, crisp, clean brew with lots of carbonation. Subtle spicing with chamomile, coriander, and sweet orange peel creates its distinctive flavor profile. (4.5% ABV)
myster ststephensgreen A classic Dry Irish Stout — it’s dry, roasty, and refreshing, with notes of bitter chocolate and espresso supported by a light sour tang and a light play of British hops. (3.8% ABV)

beer mile pale ale

A dry, light pale ale that features the experimental hop HBC366. This beer is a pace setter that shows delightfully unique notes of cherry, mango, and pine. (5.3% ABV)

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