As the cool air and chilly weather continues to roll in, we can’t help but be excited about all of the winter activities New England has to offer. From Skiing in the White Mountains to sledding in the back yard, there are plenty of beer drinking opportunities to be had.
If you are anything like me and like your beer ice cold, then you already know that snow creates the perfect beer fridge. Some of my best winter memories include tossing a couple of 6-packs in the snowbank and playing pond hockey under the lights until all the beer is gone.
Did you know that the freezing point of beer depends on its alcohol content? Generally, beer freezes around 28 degrees Fahrenheit; however, lighter beers such as our Melt Away Session IPA may freeze closer to 31 degrees. Be sure to keep that in mind to avoid drinking slush! Unless, of course, that is what you are into.
So get out there and enjoy all that winter in New England has to offer. Just because the temperature drops does not mean that your love of beer should too. From a roasty, toasty Joppa Grande Stout by the fire, to a sessionable Melt Away IPA for all say slope-side sipping, Newburyport Brewing has you covered.