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Craft Beer Times | New Narragansett Light Beer Perfect for Summer Sipping on the Patio

New Narragansett Light Beer Perfect for Summer Sipping on the Patio

New Narragansett Light Beer Perfect for Summer Sipping on the Patio

Summer Sipping Just Got Lighter with Narragansett’s Atlantic Light Beer

Say Hello to Your New Favorite Summer Beer

With temperatures on the rise, summer patio season is officially upon us. And what’s more refreshing on a hot summer day than a cold, crisp beer? This year, Narragansett Beer has introduced a new addition to their line-up that is sure to be a hit among beer lovers – Atlantic Light.

A Lighter Brew for Warmer Days

While Narragansett is known for their classic lagers and ales, the new Atlantic Light is a light beer that clocks in at just 2.5% ABV. This makes it the perfect beer to sip on all day long during outdoor gatherings without having to worry about over-indulging. But don’t let the low ABV fool you – this beer is packed with flavor.

Refreshing and Flavorful

Atlantic Light boasts a refreshing taste with subtle hints of citrus and hops, making it a drink that is perfect for pairing with summer foods like grilled seafood or a classic burger and fries. It’s light and crisp palate cleanses the palate, making it perfect for sipping all day long.

Brewed for Outdoor Living

Narragansett Beer has always been a staple of summer living in the Northeast, and Atlantic Light is the perfect complement to their classic line-up. With its easy-drinking, refreshing flavor, it’s a beer that’s meant to be enjoyed outside in the warm weather.

Grab a 12-Pack and Get Outside

Whether you’re hosting a backyard barbecue or just looking to relax with a cold one after work, Narragansett’s Atlantic Light is the perfect beer for the occasion. So gather your friends, fire up the grill, and crack open a 12-pack of Atlantic Light – summer is here and it’s time to enjoy it to the fullest.


Dustin is a writer about craft beer and a professional brewer in the city of Chicago. He has written for several magazines and has over a decade of experience in the beer industry. He is currently working on a book about the history of beer in Chicago.

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