Goose Island launching bourbon-based canned cocktails
Goose Island brewery is launching three ready-to-drink canned cocktails, which will hit the market next month.
The Chicago-based brewer, which is owned by AB InBev, has crafted the bourbon based cocktails to kick-off its new canned cocktail line.
It will feature a Whiskey Sour, an Old Fashioned Highball, and a Blackberry Smash, all of which clock in with a hefty 9% ABV.
The mix in each can includes a three-year-old bourbon distilled by MGP, which produces bourbon under a variety of labels. Each four-pack will cost you about $16.
We decided to take our experience a step further by creating some of our favourite bourbon cocktails as ready-to-drink, premium craft cocktails,” the company said in a statement.
The cocktails will have “Goose Island Barrel House” on the label and will arrive in November, packaged in a four-pack of 12-ounce cans.