seshfest – PorchDrinking.com
It should come as no surprise that most frequently, when given the choice, brewers typically reach for easy-drinking sessionable beers over their big boozy counterparts. All week long we’ve profiled the rise of Session beers, generally categorized as beers 5% in ABV or lower, as well as a preview of this weekend’s Sesh Fest, a celebration of Session beers. Sesh Fest features over 50 breweries, food trucks, lawn games, screen printing, water games, a shandy tent, slushie station and much more. Now hear from the brewers themselves!
Yesterday we detailed the rise in popularity of approachable, easy-drinking session beers. From Vienna lagers to pilsners, Berliners to Irish dry stouts, kolsches to session IPAs, just because these styles may be low in ABV, doesn’t mean they lose out on flavor.
Lets you and I share in on a little secret. Don’t worry, it’s just you and I talking right? Sure, we’re a craft beer blog and yes we love covering the biggest, baddest, gnarliest, hoppiest, funkiest, gourdiest (looking at you Todd), most outrageous beers on the market. But if we’re being completely real with each other, at the end of the day, there’s nothing better than kicking back to a nice light, crisp, refreshing Pilsner, Kolsch, Berliner or Session IPA.
When: Saturday, August 1st from 12-4 p.m. Where: Sculpture Park – 1345 Champa Street, Denver, CO 80204
Prefer your beers on the lower side of the ABV category? Then Seshfest is for you! With session-style beers (no higher …