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Lone Star Brewing Co. Rolls Out ‘Lone Star 24|7’ Beer

179 Days ago

Local Texas Brewer Launches New Beer That’s “Brewed for Texas Easy Drinking”

Austin, Texas, Feb. 26, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Lone Star Brewing Co. today announced a new addition to the Lone Star beer family ‘Lone Star 24|7’, a unique beer perfect for Texas easy drinking that offers a lower ABV and crisp, smooth, fresh flavor.       

“Texans are looking for lighter beers that they can enjoy while coming together and spending time outdoors, gathering with friends and family, or maintaining an active, more health-conscious lifestyle,” said Elkin Vasco, Lone Star Beer Brand Manager. “We are thrilled to launch Lone Star 24|7 and feel Texas beer advocates will be too.”

With only 2.1% ABV, 68 calories and crisp taste, Lone Star 24|7 is a new take on a beloved Texas beverage. The beer’s golden malt color and bubbly effervescence are the hallmarks of a well-fermented American-style light lager. Lone Star 24|7 comes in eye-catching bright gold cans and bottles with the iconic Lone Star signature shield.

“Lone Star 24|7 is brewed with the contemporary Texan lifestyle in mind,” stated Vasco. “It’s delicious and easy going so everyone can always enjoy it, so please get out there and enjoy everything Texas has to offer, 24|7.”

About Lone Star Brewing Company
Lone Star Brewing Co., the makers of Lone Star Beer “The National Beer of Texas” and Lone Star Texas Light Beer, has been proudly brewing beer in Texas since 1884. Since its founding, Lone Star has partnered with local communities throughout the state, supporting Texas-specific charities and organizations. Lone Star Brewing Co. is owned by Pabst Brewing Company, the largest independently owned American brewery. For more information on any Lone Star product, please visit www.lonestarbeer.com

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Lynn Darden
Lone Star Brewing Co.
5123635160
lynn@theprboutique.com

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