Goodlife Sweet As Pacific Ale

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Type: American Pale Ale
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  • 06.00% 
  • 3635/3686 
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Why name a beer "Sweet As"? This beer is brewed with 100% New Zealand Hops. In New Zealand, "Sweet As " can be used to describe a fishing hole, a ski run, a sunset glowing behind a mountain or a set of legs that happen to be walking in front of you. Sweet As means "Really Good." Now, let your imagination go wild and think how often you could say Sweet As to describe your GoodLife.

We make this beer to say, "Cheers to all the Sweet As experiences in life."Try this beer and good luck not having another...... it's Sweet As!

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