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Arizona Wilderness Brewing Co. | Camp Light

Arizona Wilderness Camp Light
Justin Pennel
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People heavily involved with craft beer have been saying for quite some time that lagers were going to make a comeback and see gains in popularity. If you were one of those people, you were spot on and I applaud you. Lagers have been killing it in 2019 and it shows no signs of slowing down. Arizona Wilderness Brewing Co. isn’t new to the lager game, but they’ve been ramping up their lagering efforts lately. One of their more recent releases was a light lager called Camp Light.

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💥Releasing this Saturday (6/1) @ 9am💥 | •Camp Light• Brewed with the contributing breweries from our most recent Camp Coolship (@alvaradostreetbrewery, @bellwoodsbeer, @libertinebrew, @scratchbeer, @sour_cellars, @yeastofeden); a zesty light lager infused with hand-picked @sour_cellars CA orange blossoms and AZ Valencia orange zest freshly canned in our 1st ever 12oz 6-pack!! | •Brutal Nature: Devil's Elbow• Combining @yakimachief experimental hop variety HBC 692 and El Dorado make for potable 7.4% fruity, semi-dry IPA included in this relentless beer series. | •La Ciudad• (OG art by @breeze1phx ) It's official…Downtown Phoenix's favorite IPA will now be available in 4-packs to-go! An IPA showcasing Citra and Mosaic hops in celebration of our newest @rooseveltrowcdc beer garden. #azwbeer #ReleaseSaturday

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Camp Light is a mega-collaboration beer brewed with the six other breweries they worked with on their latest Camp Coolship beer. They made this beer with Alvarado Street Brewery, Bellwoods Brewery, Libertine Brewing Company, Sour Cellars, Scratch Brewing Company, and Yeast of Eden. That’s quite the heavy hitting lineup of brewers from around the country (and world). Camp Light was brewed with Arizona grown corn from Grain R&D, tangelo zest, and orange blossoms.

It comes in at an easy drinking 4.2% ABV, and I can assure you it is very easy drinking. One misconception about light lagers is they are just crushable and that they don’t have full flavor. Camp Light proves that misconception wrong and then some. This is an exquisitely done light lager and the brewer’s attention to detail comes through. Camp Light is a perfect summer beer or to take on an adventure.


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