January marks the beginning of a new year. We hear it all too often – this is our year – I’m going to become a completely different person – say goodbye to the old me, say hello to the new me.
Obviously this rarely happens. You create some vague arbitrary goal that you don’t really have a plan for or set waypoints to follow along that journey. One of the biggest New Year’s goals is to “be healthy”. That is such a large all-encompassing goal, that it’s hard even thinking where to start. We here at Lakeshore Beverage are composed of all different kinds of people, and plenty of us have thought about drinking things that are “better for you”.
What is “Better For You”? Well, that too is an all-encompassing label. But in reality, it breaks up into several different things. For Lakeshore Beverage, “Better For You” could mean beverages that are lighter in carbohydrates and calories, it could mean real, minimal, and non-processed ingredients, lower alcohol content, or no alcohol content at all. You might be looking at some, or all of these things.
“Better For You” is really up to the person making the journey, and we here at Lakeshore Beverage want to help by providing you options and information to help you along.
And hey, even though this only covers the beverage part of your health, you can take the momentum and apply it to other parts of your journey.
So, let’s get started, shall we?
We know everyone wants to celebrate the Fourth of July the best way possible so we’re here to point you in the right direction beer-wise. Whether you’re throwing an epic Fourth of July party, or kicking it back for a casual night at the lake house, we’ve got a beer to pump up your patriotism.
This year we selected seven low-ABV beers because we all know that the Fourth is a marathon and not a sprint. There’s something for everyone and you can rest easy knowing your cooler is stocked for every taste preference at the party.
December 5th marks the 84th anniversary of Repeal Day — the day Prohibition was repealed and the sale of alcohol became legal again. It was a monumental moment for the country in 1933. And while many regard the 13-year dry spell in a negative lens, beer historian, Liz Garibay claims Prohibition wasn’t such a bad thing after all. Read More
As the Cubs fight to regain control of the NLCS, Budweiser is bringing in some special beer for the fans at Wrigley Field. Brewed at their original St. Louis brewery, Cubs fans will be able to enjoy “Brewery Fresh” Budweiser at Game 3 of the NLCS. The beer was kegged and shipped on Monday, then delivered to Wrigley on Tuesday morning by our operations team.
The beer will be available at the Budweiser Bleacher Bar where one of Anheuser-Busch’s brewmasters will be on hand so fans can truly “taste Budweiser like a brewmaster”. Watch the video below to go behind-the-scenes of delivering the beer to Wrigley Field.
We know throwing an epic Fourth of July bash can be stressful. After the hotdogs, the burgers, potato salad, and ice, buying beer can sometimes feel daunting for your grab bag of guests. This year we’ve opted for a selection of low-ABV beers to keep the party going but not get out of control. Here are seven Fourth of July beers that you can drink from the first light of the grill to the last pop of fireworks.
4th of July means lots of fireworks, lots of hotdogs, and of course, plenty of beer — especially if you find yourself hosting or attending a backyard barbecue with your friends and family. As the saying goes, with great power comes great responsibility, and we want you to curate your beer cooler responsibly. We know there are errands to run and burgers to grill so leave the beer to us. Here are some 4th of July beers for just about everybody at your party — from your domestic drinking grandfather to your beer nerd cousin.