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3rd August 2023

Small Beer launches a tantalising mango and lime Radler as its second Small Batch limited release this summer

  • ‘Small Batch 002: Radler’ will launch on the Small Beer website on 1st August
  • The beer will be available to buy in 330ml cans through Small Beer’s website
  • Radler contains freshly squeezed lime and alphonso mango juice, not from concentrate

Small Beer has its second ‘Small Batch’ release of 2023: Radler, a refreshing and invigorating blend of Small Beer’s award-winning Lager and freshly squeezed lime and alphonso mango juice. It’s a zesty twist on an iconic summer tipple, all at Small Beer’s sessionable lower ABV (Alcohol by Volume).

Radler is the second of the ‘Small Beer Small Batch’ series, with another 2 new releases planned for 2023. Small Beer’s first Small Batch 001: WitBier sold out within weeks, to tremendous feedback from customers and beer experts alike.

This is an exciting first for Small Beer, who have maintained a smaller portfolio of award-winning, classic lower ABV beer styles since its inception in 2017. The Small Batch series will feature new, innovative and explorative brews and continue to be available in limited releases, preferential to their most loyal customer base.

Small Batch 002: Radler has been expertly blended at Small Beer’s innovative and sustainable brewery in Bermondsey, South London. They have sourced freshly squeezed lime and alphonso mango juice for this summer refreshment.

Felix James, Co-Founder of Small Beer, says: “We were inspired to create a Radler because it screams summer and fits perfectly within our ABV range.”

Small Beer will launch Radler on their website on 3rd August starting at £15 for 6x330ml cans. Visitors to the Small Beer taproom can enjoy Radler on draught and a limited number of 30 litre kegs will be available for trade.

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About Small Beer

Based in Bermondsey in South London, Small Beer Brew Co. (Small Beer) are the leaders of the mid-strength brewing movement, building the world’s first brewery that focuses exclusively on crafting truly session beers.

In 2019, Small Beer became London’s first brewery to achieve B Corp certification, which recognises companies that use business as a force for good. Small Beer donates 1% of its revenue every year to the Horniman Museum in South London, its 1% For the Planet partner.

Small Beer was founded in 2017 by James Grundy and Felix James, who met while working at Sipsmith gin distillery in London.

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