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To celebrate National Pretzel Day on April 26, St. Louis-based Anheuser-Busch’s Shock Top brand blended the taste of a cold beer with the taste and smell of a warm, fresh pretzel in its newest limited-edition beer: Shock Top Twisted Pretzel Wheat. The brand will serve the Belgian-style unfiltered wheat at special events nationwide and on draft at select locations for a limited time.
Amp Energy, a brand of Purchase, N.Y.-based PepsiCo Inc., teamed up with professional racecar driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. to develop a new sour-grape-flavored energy drink called Dale Jr. Sour.
Atlanta-based The Coca-Cola Co. has joined forces with NBA superstar LeBron James to create a new, limited-edition Sprite flavor. Sprite 6 Mix by LeBron James combines the taste of Sprite with a splash of cherry and orange flavor, the company says. The flavor formulation, packaging graphics and product name for Sprite 6 Mix were co-developed with James to reflect his style and taste preferences, it says.
Living Essentials LLC added a limited-edition Cherry flavor to its 5-hour Energy lineup to support military causes.
Patrón Añejo released a special-edition bottle stopper as part of its second designer collaboration.
Heineken USA launched limited-edition Newcastle Cabbie Black Ale, which features notes of various fruits, chocolate and coffee, the company says.
To promote breast cancer awareness, Sockeye Brewing partnered with Crown Beverage Packaging North America to launch its flagship Dagger Falls IPA in limited-edition pink cans.
Bacardi USA import Disaronno partnered with Italian fashion house Moschino to design a limited-edition bottle that hit shelves in time for the holidays.
Of the more than 100 beer styles defined by the Boulder, Colo.-based Brewer’s Association (BA), seasonal craft beers tend to be the most popular, according to analysts.
Narragansett Beer reintroduced its 1975 can, made famous in the “Jaws” movie during the scene in which Captain Sam Quint, played by Robert Shaw, crushes a can of Narragansett Lager to intimidate Richard Dreyfuss’ character, Hooper.