Sufferfest Beer Company, the athlete-focused, purpose-brewed craft beer company based in San Francisco, is excited to launch the Repeat Kolsch: a low cal, low carb, low-alcohol beer brewed with bee pollen.
The Repeat’s refreshing taste comes in at a mere 95 calories and 5 grams of carbs per serving, yet it’s a balanced, full-bodied Kolsch. “Our Repeat Kolsch boasts full flavor and body, but without the calories and carbs weighing you down,” said Caitlin Landesberg, CEO, and founder of Sufferfest Beer Company. “We use bee pollen because it’s a great way to introduce an unforgettably rich flavor and sweet aroma without juicing the stats.”
“There’s no beer out there this flavor-centric that is also gluten-removed, low-ABV and under 100 calories,” she added. “We believe this beer can compete with the 100-calorie seltzers while also filling the void that is craft light beer.”
Sufferfest Beer Company’s breakthrough Kolsch is the premium craft alternative to the low-cal summer beers mass-produced by macro breweries. “We thought of Repeat as an exercise in adding things — more flavor and sophistication — rather than removing calories and carbs," says Landesberg. "We focused on achieving balance and the result reflects that intention.”
Sufferfest beers are truly purpose-brewed to celebrate those who go the extra mile. The Repeat joins Sufferfest’s star lineup: the FKT Pale Ale and Flyby Pilsner.
Find Sufferfest’s Repeat Kolsch at your local retailer here.
Inspired by athletes and adventurers, Sufferfest Beer Co. makes award-winning, low calorie, purpose-brewed beer for those who go the extra mile. Sufferfest Beer Co. is a certified B Corporation, dedicated to practicing environmental sustainability and positively impacting the communities in which we sweat, drink and celebrate. Whether you crushed it on the trails, had a big win at the office, flexed your weekend warrior, or shredded the gnar, you deserve this beer. From us to you: go hard, have fun, and enjoy the sufferfest. Learn more about why we sweat for our beer at www.sufferfestbeer.com.