Lakewood Brewing Co. Debuts Solar Eclipse-Inspired Texas Pils

Lakewood Brewing Co. introduces Stub’s – Texas Pils, a clear and crisp pilsner with a balanced finish, aimed at simple enjoyment for any occasion, according to a Brewbound article. They say, 

“Lakewood Brewing Co. has launched Stub’s – Texas Pils (4.5% ABV), a clear, crisp, and refreshing pilsner with a balanced smooth finish.

“Classic beer styles have survived a long time for a good reason. Like we say in Texas, ‘If it aint broke, don’t fix it.’ We created an uncomplicated beer, with quality ingredients, to enjoy at the end of your complicated day,” said Wim Bens, founder and president of Lakewood Brewing. “We’re going back to beer flavored beer. Stub’s is a beer you can grab for any occasion.””

For the April 8 solar eclipse, Lawson’s Finest Liquids in Vermont is releasing Path of Totality, a limited-edition Black IPA available exclusively within the eclipse’s path, according to a Craft Brewing Business article. In it they say, 

“The solar eclipse that will be making its way across the United States on April 8 is a once in a lifetime event for the areas in the best viewing position. Whether you’re in the path or not, such a special event, of course, calls for some special edition beers.

Northern Vermont will be in the path of totality from about 2:14 p.m. to 4:37 p.m., marking Vermont’s first total eclipse event since 1932. Lawson’s Finest Liquids, based in Vermont, is releasing Path of Totality (7.5% ABV), a Black IPA. Path of Totality will be available only in the path of totality for a limited time at the Lawson’s Finest’s destination brewery and taproom in Waitsfield, Vt., and in limited quantities at select retailers in New York.”

Lakewood Brewing Co. expands its lineup with Sunburst, a fruity brew, Stub’s – Texas Pils, and specialty stouts like Irish Cream and Cookies ‘n Cream Temptress, according to a Dallas Morning News article. It reports,

“Sunburst, which is light and refreshing with soft hints of fruit, was launched statewide just in time for the occasion. Lakewood also recently launched Stub’s – Texas Pils (4.5% ABV), a clear, crisp, and refreshing pilsner with a balanced smooth finish, priced at an inflation busting $8.99 to $9.99 for a 6-pack and $18.99 for a 12-pack. Other new releases include Irish Cream Temptress (9.1% ABV), which is indulged with rich creamy flavors of Irish Cream and the velvety roasted malt and chocolate flavors of Temptress, the Stout of Texas, and Cookies ‘n Cream Temptress (9.1% ABV), which is brewed with an outrageous amount of Oreo cookies.”

Lakewood Brewing Co., famous for its Temptress Imperial Milk Stout, offers a range of beers including Stub’s – Texas Pils and Sunburst Wheat, available statewide.