Leinenkugel’s paints a picture why it is the quintessential Great Lakes beer

For many people who live in the Midwest, a beautiful day by the lake is the perfect respite. Whether spent fishing, boating, or just gazing, that relaxing day is capped off by a beautiful sunset. Leinenkugel’s wants one person to celebrate that sunset in style.

Leinenkugel’s is the pride of Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. While that Leinie Lodge might have a barstool waiting and a cold beer on draft, the reality is that the refreshing Wisconsin beer is enjoyable anywhere. Although many people appreciate that lighter shandy, another beer has captivated drinkers. Luckily, it has returned to store shelves.

The Leinenkugel’s Sunset Wheat is a Belgian-style witbier. A style of wheat beer, the Sunset Wheat has subtle orange flavors and touch of blueberry. The easy drinking beer has long been a favorite and will be back as of August 15.

To celebrate Sunset Wheat’s return, Leinenkugel’s wants to find a “Sunset Streamer.” This special person will host a livestream of the last Wisconsin summer sunset. Held on Labor Day, this person will toast good times, friends and beer. But, there is a slight catch.

In order to earn this coveted Sunset Streamer position, those who enter must explain why they are “the ultimate beer drinking sunset watcher.” The video submissions need to have a little creativity. Sure, many Mid-western people can have a great turn of a phrase, witty tale from family reunions, or a funny story about football. Still, earning this particular prize will require more than just another Manitowoc Minute reference.

For more information on how to enter, please Leinenkugel’s on Instagram. Also, the Leinie’s Sunset Wheat is available as a stand-alone pack in the Great Lakes region or as part of the Lodge Variety Pack, which is available nationwide.

What is your favorite Leinie’s beer? Do you have a great Wisconsin Sunset story?