LINCOLNWOOD, IL — A refreshing beverage offering from Austrian brewer Stiegl has made its way to the United States—via Chicago! On May 1, 2017, Glunz Imports, a division of Louis Glunz Beer, Inc., Chicagoland’s oldest family-run beer distributor and importer of select international brews, introduces the Stiegl “Zitrone” Lemon Radler to the U.S. market. Mixing Stiegl’s signature Goldbrau lager with real lemon juice gives this beer a distinct tart flavor, citrusy aroma, revitalizing sparkle, and natural cloudiness.
With only 175 calories per 16 oz. can and 2% ABV, the Stiegl Lemon Radler is an invigorating and specialty malt beverage geared toward individuals with health-conscious, active lifestyles. The Stiegl Lemon Radler contains solely natural fruit sugar and no artificial sweetener. In German, “radler” means “cyclist” and this beer style is often referred to as a “bicycle beer” because of athletes who prefer to indulge in this type of brew as they bike through the Alps. The beverage provides energizing hydration and enjoyment without inebriating, especially in high-altitude locations. The Stiegl Lemon Radler joins the Grapefruit as the latest Stiegl Radler to be rolled out into the U.S. market.
The Stiegl Lemon Radler is available on draft and in four-packs of 16-fluid-ounce cans, with current distribution in Southern and Midwestern states, including Arkansas, Florida, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, Tennessee, and Wisconsin. For high-resolution images of packaging and cans click here.
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About Stiegl Brewery
Privately owned and operated in Salzburg, Austria, Stiegl Brewery combines tradition and innovation, forming a concept for success that makes Stiegl the strongest beer brand in Austria. The secret of this success: highest quality raw ingredients and production facilities, Europe’s most modern brewing technology, innovation in product variety, highly motivated employees, commitment to tradition, economic sustainability, down-to-earth quality and the flexible decision-making structures of a family business. Stiegl has been brewing beer since 1492, using spring water from the local Untersberg Mountain, as well as continuing the time-honored tradition of delivering the beers locally via horse-drawn carriage. Stiegl’s lagers and pilsners are imported to the United States by Glunz Imports, a division of Louis Glunz Beer, Inc. Visit www.stiegl.at/en.
About Louis Glunz Beer, Inc.
Founded in 1888 by Louis Glunz I in Chicago, Louis Glunz Beer, Inc. (7100 N. Capitol Drive, Lincolnwood, IL 60712; 847.676.9500) is among the oldest beer distributors in the United States, proudly offering Chicagoland the most comprehensive selection of craft, specialty, and import beers representing more than 190 breweries around the globe. The 129-year-old company continually receives recognition for its innovative, family-owned business, including Beverage Industry’s 2013 Wholesaler of the Year, the National Beer Wholesalers Association 2013 Public Affairs Award, and the 2013 Loyola Illinois Family Business of the Year Award. Heading the company is President Jerry Glunz, the great-grandson of the founder, with day-to-day operations led by members of the fourth and fifth generations. Louis Glunz Beer, Inc. is dedicated to quality service and beer education. For more information, visit www.glunzbeers.com. Find Louis Glunz Beer, Inc. on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.