Before every place was the same, each region used to have their own macro beer. They're basically all the same style and color, but they all taste just a little different.
The Rocky Mountain states drank Coors, Chicago loves them some Old Style, Pabst was the pride of Milwaukee, and we in Detroit had Stroh's.
Now most of those brands are owned by some international conglomerate and produced far from their original home. Genesee, founded in 1878, is still produced in Rochester, New York, where it's been a fridge staple for generations. Their Cream Ale has won a fat stack of medals at the Great American Beer Festival, but the 12 Horse Ale is our favorite.
The stubby bottles are fun to hold and usually fit on that awkward short shelf in the middle of the fridge. If you want to mix it up a little, we suggest adding some balsamic vinegar, from a few dashes to a half-ounce, as it really livens things up. We've been crushing these 12 packs, and are sure you'll have no problem doing the same.
~Jarred, Beer & Wine Manager