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Six Summer Beers to Help Beat the Heat from Molly’s Spirits

Six Summer Beers to Help Beat the Heat from Molly’s Spirits

It’s hot… so hot in hrrr. As much of the country continues to experience this blistering heatwave, Coloradoans have been battling 100+ degree days. When hopping in a pool still feels like wading in a hot tub the only other solution is to enjoy some ice-cold craft beers. Luckily our friends at Molly’s Spirits have helped pick six beers to help beat the heat this summer!

Molly’s Spirits is located at 5809 W 44th Ave, Denver, CO 80212 (Lakeside), and 8557 E Arapahoe Rd Unit A (Greenwood Village, CO). All six of these beers can be found at Molly’s Spirits or try ordering online to get beers delivered to your doorstep.


Guava Rodeo | Oskar Blues Brewery

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Photo Courtesy of Oskar Blues Brewery’s Facebook Page

This Tart Sour Ale is packed with copious amounts of pink guava and tangerine giving this beer a sweet, fruity finish that will make you want to head to the rodeo or relax on your porch to enjoy the summer.

Rio Lento Mexican Lager | 4 Noses Brewing 

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Photo Courtesy of 4 Noses Brewing’s Facebook Page

When you run out of tequila, or when a margarita just isn’t in the cards, grab yourself a Rio Lento Mexican Lager from 4 Noses. This clean, easy-drinking lager brewed with corn, fresh limes and a touch of sea salt will instantly put you in a beach vibe.

Lemon Lavender Blonde | Station 26 Brewing

Photo Courtesy of Station 26 Brewing’s Facebook Page

Station 26’s take on a summer shandy, this beer is made with notes of lemon peel and lavender flower. Light and refreshing while evoking bright cake batter notes, Lemon Lavender is perfect to brighten your spirits on a hot day. At 5.5%, this beer is right in the sweet spot and a perfect beer for hot summer days.

Molly’s Sip of Colorado | Bonfire Brewing

Photo Courtesy of Bonfire Brewing’s Facebook Page

Sometimes you just want to drink a beer – nothing pretentious, nothing too wild; just a good beer, plain and simple. We collaborated with Bonfire Brewing on Molly’s Sip of Colorado to create that beer, offering up the perfect melding of macro and microbrews. A straightforward craft lager that’s crisp, clean and crushable. Light notes of wheaty cereal and tangy citrus make this the perfect beer for summertime activities. Plus, it’s cheaper than Coors and available only at Molly’s!

Bam Biere | Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales

Photo Courtesy of Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales’ Facebook Page

Jolly Pumpkin Artisans from Michigan specializes in oak-aged Saisons, and for those new to the style or looking to branch out, this beer is a great place to start. Bam Biere is clean on the palate with lively carbonation and expresses deep and complex flavors: peppery phenols, lightly tart green apple and citrus, and more are all cushioned within a gentle body of yeast. It’s a delicate and delicious beer that you will have a hard time savoring since each sip inevitably leads to another, and another, and another…

All the Fuss Lemondrop Sour | Resolute Brewing

Photo Courtesy of Resolute Brewing’s Facebook Page

The folks over at Resolute Brewing Company have already made a name for themselves with their meticulously crafted libations. All the Fuss is part of their core lineup, and you will know why with just one sip. This Lemondrop Sour lives up to its name in spades, and it drinks like a sour lemon candy. Thirst quenching, refreshing, and as tart as the day is long, casual beer fans and die-hard sour lovers alike will find this beer approachable and delightful.

This article was made possible through underwriting from Molly’s Spirits.

Stop by Molly’s Spirits’ two locations in Lakeside or Greenwood Village, or order online to get these beers delivered to your doorstep!

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