The start of 2019 is just the beginning of another epic year at Walt Disney World resort. We have so many things to look forward to but for Star Wars fans this may turn out to be the best year ever! As we all count down the days to the opening of Hollywood Studios’ newest land, Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, there are so many things we are curious about. The thoughts constantly running through our minds are how it will look, how the rides will be, what wait times will look like, and of course the food and drink offerings. Well, as far as drinks are concerned there is finally a sneak preview of what brew you will be able to enjoy.
Concrete Brewery based out of Miami, Florida has released their new Galaxy’s Egde Ale at their brewery. If you are local to the area you can try it months before the land opens! Of course the brewery name sounds familiar to most Disney fans because not only do they provide several beers at many of the EPCOT festivals but they also are responsible for the fan favorite “Kungaloosh Spiced Ale” found at several locations in Animal Kingdom.
Currently on tap at their local brew spot you can try this new offering which has an ABV of 7% and is described as being a little tart, having hints of citus, but very crisp. This beer is like a combination of Blue Moon and a hard cider. It is easy drinking and very refreshing on a warm day. It’s definitely a beer that will appeal to all, even if you aren’t usually a huge beer drinker.
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We don’t know right now if this is the final result of what will be served, but seeing as this is the brewery that has been contracted to create it the outlook certainly looks promising. Maybe there will be a slight change in color but hopefully there won’t be a change in taste because they have nailed it.
Are you looking forward to tasting this new brew? How do you think it will measure up to the legendary Kungaloosh?