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The Rosé of Beers

Posted by Josh Childs  June 7, 2013 08:04 AM

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Rebecca Jane Millette and Phil Naslund have been concocting. I better leave this up to Becca to explain.

beccajane.jpgBy Rebecca Jane Millette

Things I've learned in the past few months: asking for your tab at the bar actually means "I'll have a High Life" and when Josh Childs asks you to do something, you probably can't say no. I'm Rebecca, the girl who had to drink Negronis and photograph them for Josh's post during Negroni Week. I know, you feel awful for me. 

I was celebrating Aperitivo Day at Trina's Starlite Lounge a couple weeks back and I looked up (from Instagram, most likely) and there was suddenly Aperol being poured into a High Life bottle for our friend Phil. Wait, what? I was intrigued and ordered one myself. The orange color of the Aperol turned the bottle a light rose color and there it was, The Rosé of Beers. A little sweet, a lot cold, and even more delicious. 

Be sure to stop by Starlite, high five Phil for having this genius idea, and order one as your nightcap. 
I do, however, also recommend stopping by to visit my friends at Urban Grape and stocking up on actual Rosé for patio drinking on a warm summer night. 

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