Sufferfest Repeat Kolsch

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It’s all about balance. Weighing in at 95 cals & 5 carbs per can, the Sufferfest Repeat Kolsch drinks like a champ.

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Sufferfest Repeat Kolsch

It’s all about balance. Weighing in at 95 cals & 5 carbs per can, the Sufferfest Repeat Kolsch drinks like a champ. We’ve added bee pollen so you can enjoy floral and honey aromas while you keep it light.

95 cals + 5 carbs per serving

  • CALORIES95 / 12 FL OZ
  • CARBS5 G / 12 FL OZ
  • PROTEIN0.9 G / 12 FL OZ
  • FAT0G / 12 FL OZ

SPECIAL INGREDIENTS

BEE POLLEN

IMPARTS FLORAL AND HONEY AROMAS
Bee pollen is an ingredient you’re more likely to see topping an açai bowl or a smoothie at a health food store than in a beer… but what is it? Bee pollen is plant pollen that’s picked up by honeybees and brought back to the hive to be packed and used as a food source for the colony. As it turns out, the characteristics and nutrition of bee pollen depend on the plant from which it was gathered.

People typically take a bee pollen supplement, or sprinkle a tablespoon over their oatmeal or acai bowl. Bee pollen is made up of carbs, fat, protein, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. A tablespoon of bee pollen has around 40 calories, 7g of carbs (including 4g of natural sugars), and 1g of fiber. Plus, bee pollen can have over two grams of protein per tablespoon.

As far as use in beer, we believe bee pollen imparts a gorgeous floral, honeyed aroma and a richer, more complex mouthfeel. In this instance, it helps our light Kolsch punch above its weight class.

Sufferfest Beer Company

Sufferfest Beer Co.

Sufferfest Beer Comapny, We’re athletes who love beer.

In 2012, Founder and CEO Caitlin Landesberg started her search for the perfect beer to cheers with friends after long trail runs in and around San Francisco… but didn’t find a beer that fit the bill when it came to celebrating her athletic lifestyle and diet. So, taking matters into her own hands, Caitlin spent years developing the beer she wanted to see in the world. After teaming up with an all-star brewmaster to perfect her recipes, Caitlin started to share her beer with friends and fellow trail runners. In late 2015, Caitlin left her job to pursue Sufferfest Beer Company full-time and officially launched her beer to market in May 2016. In 2017, Sufferfest Beer Co. obtained B Corp certification, underlining our commitment to changing our world for the better. Sufferfest can be found at retailers, restaurants, run and bike shops, climbing gyms and CrossFit boxes throughout California, Colorado, and the Pacific Northwest (hint: we’re growing and hoping to launch in your state in late 2019!)

Today, although we’ve grown, we’re still a team of fun-loving wanderlusts, thrill-seekers, and go-getters who love to sweat for our beer. Whether you crushed it on the trails, had a big win at the office, flexed your weekend warrior, or shredded the gnar, you deserve a cold one. From us to you: go hard, have fun, and enjoy the sufferfest.

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