San Diego’s AleSmith Brewing Co. and Long Beach reggae rockers Sublime have announced that Sublime Mexican Lager is now available in six-packs of 12-oz. cans and on draught in 19 states nationwide.
Following the California release this summer, consumers in New York, Colorado, Oregon, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Texas and Washington State, among others, will find Sublime Mexican Lager on store shelves.
The collaborative effort between band and brewer celebrates the 25th anniversary of the original release of Sublime’s debut album, 40oz. to Freedom. Sublime Mexican Lager is a 5.2% ABV twist on a traditional Vienna-style lager highlighted by a malt-forward sweetness, the company says.
The suggested retail price is $10.99 per six-pack of cans.
Founded in 1995, AleSmith today operates in a 105,500-square-foot brewery where it employs an 85-barrel brewing system to produce a range of beers such as Speedway Stout, IPA, Nut Brown Ale, X Extra Pale Ale and San Diego Pale Ale .394. AleSmith beers are distributed in 26 U.S. states.