Abita Introduces New Satsuma Harvest Wit
Abita Satsuma Harvest Wit In Stores Now
Made with real Louisiana Satsumas, golden wheat, oats and the finest barley, Abita Satsuma Harvest Wit is the newest creation of the Abita Brewing Company. Pale and cloudy, like the haze on a hot summer day, this white beer has a sweet and subtle citrus flavor with a touch of spice that is cool and refreshing.
“Satsuma Harvest Wit is the newest addition to our Harvest series of brews,” said David Blossman, President of the Abita Brewing Company. “Just like the native strawberries and nuts used in Abita Strawberry and Pecan Harvest, we used real Louisiana-grown Satsuma citrus harvested at their peak to create this new brew,” stated Blossman. “Abita Satsuma Harvest Wit is a perfect summertime brew and will be offered between Abita Strawberry Harvest in the spring and Abita Pecan Harvest in the fall.”
Available For A Limited Time Only
Abita Satsuma Harvest Wit is brewed in limited quantities and available for a limited time only. Consumers should look for Abita Satsuma Harvest Wit where they normally shop for Abita Beer or use the store locator at Abita.com to find a nearby location.
Abita Satsuma Harvest Wit is very versatile and can compliment a number of dishes. This brew pairs well with salads, fish, shrimp and lobster, as long as the dishes are not too spicy. Thai dishes, which often have citric notes in their flavor profile, would also perfectly compliment the orange flavors in Abita Satsuma Harvest Wit.
Abita Beer Is Always Louisiana True
Abita Satsuma Harvest Wit and all other Abita brews, including Amber, Turbodog, Jockamo I.P.A., Purple Haze and Restoration Ale are crafted at the Abita Brewing Company facility in Abita Springs. Abita Beer has no preservatives, additives or stabilizers and each batch is hand crafted to create brews that are always Louisiana True.
The Abita Brewing Company was founded in Abita Springs, Louisiana in 1986 and is the first and largest craft brewer in the southeast. Abita is the 30th largest commercial brewer by production volume in the nation and the 19th largest craft brewer in the United States, and is distributed in nearly 40 states across the country. Sales for the company should exceed 85,000 barrels this year.