This just in from the writers at UPROXX:
Eight Of The Absolute Best, Most Sessionable ‘Lawnmower’ Beers, Ranked
If you’re reading this and you live in an apartment, townhouse, or a boat that you anchor offshore somewhere, consider yourself lucky. You don’t have to spend a few hours per week pushing an annoying lawnmower around a yard (or driving one). While it’s amazing having a lush, green lawn to play yard games on, have a picnic on, or simply stare longingly at… it’s also a lot of work to maintain. Weeding and mowing will take up a lot more of your life than you’d like.
The upside? Afterward, you can look forward to a frosty, refreshing beer.
As with anything, certain beers work better as post-lawnmower beers than others. There’s a good chance an afternoon spent mowing the lawn will be a sunny, fairly hot one. This means you’ll be quite parched. And while we certainly recommend a nice, tall glass of water to stay hydrated, we also believe you probably earned an IPA, pilsner, pale ale, wheat beer, Gose, or really anything else light, thirst-quenching, and sessionable.
We picked eight of the best, flavorful, refreshing, sessionable beers on the market for a taste test. Each is perfectly suitable for post-lawnmowing drinking. Or — if you don’t have a lawn to maintain — simply crack one of these open right now.
6) Narragansett Fresh Catch
If you’re a fan of no-frills, easy-drinking lagers, you’re probably already a fan of the crushable Narragansett Lager. But we believe the Providence, Rhode Island-based brewery’s best lawnmower beer is actually its fruit and citrus-filled Citra-hopped blonde ale called Fresh Catch.
The nose is filled with citrus peels, yeasty bread, cereal grains, sweet honey, and some corn. The palate continues this trend with citrus making the biggest statement followed by freshly baked bread, honey, and lightly piney, floral hops. The citrus is bold, but the other flavors are a bit light.