Miller High Life wants you to pop open a Brunch So Hard IPA

Brunch So Hard IPA photo provided by Miller High Life
Brunch So Hard IPA photo provided by Miller High Life /

Are you ready to sip Brunch So Hard IPA? Miller High Life thinks that you should.

While Miller High Life might be the Champagne of Beers, the new Brunch So Hard IPA might be The Mimosa of Beers. This new beer collaboration could change your favorite brunch cocktail. What can you expect when you pop open a can?

Beer trends are always evolving. From donut and beer pairings to creative beer flavors, the classic lager sits side by side with a variety of other beer options. Even though some people are reaching for that hard seltzer to combat beer fatigue, a flavorful beer always has a spot on the shelf.

The new Brunch So Hard IPA is a collaboration between Miller High Life and Evil Genius Beer Co. The limited-edition beer is a hazy IPA. Flavors of orange and mango highlight this citrus forward hazy IPA.

While it draws inspiration from the Champagne of Beers, this brunch inspired IPA is not your typical beer. It has a crisp finish and should pair well with a variety of brunch dishes. From a sweeter French toast to a decadent Eggs Benedict, the food and beverage pairings are many.

Miller High Life Evil Genius Beer Co Brunch So Hard IPA
Brunch So Hard, photo provided by Miller High Life /

Available in select locations and at the Evil Genius tap room, this collaboration beer is the second time that the beer brands have collaborated. In 2016, there was a limited release of Eeek!, an American Wild Ale.

Periodically, Miller High Life has partnered with craft beers under the Molson Coors brand. Last year, the Terrapin Beer Co. Hoppin’ Bubbly was well received. Also, there was a collaboration with Off Color Brewing.

The Brunch So Hard IPA will be available while supplies last. If you want to take a sip, it is best to grab a can soon.

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Do you drink beer at brunch? What are your favorite food and beer pairings?