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Feeling All Light, All Light, All Lite

What can I say? Most of us beer lovers put off drinking to be healthy for a while so why not kick things back up and try a new beer in February? I had the pleasure of running into this beer that references Matthew Mcconaughey’s character David Wooderson in cult classic favorite Dazed and Confused. All Light, All Light, All Lite is a light cream ale from Fulbrook Ale Works in Richmond Texas and packs all that Texas swagger in a simple 12 oz can. 

Sitting at 5.4% ABV, All Light brings a crisp, refreshing, and light hoppiness to the table that makes it ‘oh so crushable’. Fulbrook really manages to achieve a great balance in this beer – you get the experience of light hops on the back end and a crisp creaminess up front. This light beer is a full of body allowing you to have the best of both “beer” worlds. You can easily enjoy multiple of these after cutting your yard or after a work out without feeling guilty or concerned about a set back. 

The brewery is located in Richmond and just celebrated their fourth anniversary, but you can find this beer along with a few more of their offerings in your local H-E-B, Kroger, Specs, or Total Wine. If you can’t find them at your local store – ask for it. Fulbrook Ale Works is currently expanding distribution across the city. After you enjoy your pint make sure to thank them (and me!) for saving your resolution. It’d be a lot cooler if you did.

Clean pour of All Light, All Light, All Lite in Houston Beer Guide glassware – Photo Credit – Ronnie Risner
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Ronnie has been drinking craft beer for the last 12-15 years and enjoys frequenting breweries and home brewing. He hopes to give back to the beer community that has been so welcoming. We loves to review beer and enjoys hearing all the stories that’s behind each beer.

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