Creature Comforts Brewing Co. to Release Tritonia with Cucumber and Lime in Cans

CCBCTritoniaglass_editedCreature Comforts Brewing Co. (Athens, Georgia) recently announced that Tritonia Gose with Cucumber and Lime will be packaged in 12 oz. cans for the first time in late May.

Arriving as a thirst-quenching springtime offering, Tritonia with Cucumber and Lime is a Limited Release variant of Creature Comforts Brewing Co.’s “tart and refreshing Gose” known simply as Tritonia.  The base beer’s tartness, coriander and sea salt gets an added infusion of refreshment thanks to the additions of lime and cooling cucumber.  This all results in a 4.5% ABV brew that is the perfect option to sip on after a long day in the sun.

“Tritonia is one of my favorite of our limited release beers,” said Creature Comforts Brewing Co. Co-founder and Head Brewer David Stein. “It’s extremely refreshing and perfect for the spring months as the weather starts to warm up.”

Tritonia with Cucumber and Lime will be available on draft in early May, and 12 oz. cans will follow shortly behind with a release scheduled for late May.  You can expect to find this Limited Release offering available “on-site at Creature Comforts as well as in the Athens and Atlanta markets.”  Like most packaged beers from Creature Comforts, you should not expect Tritonia with Cucumber and Lime to last long on shelves.  Get it while you can.  Prost!

Vital Information for Tritonia with Cucumber and Lime from Creature Comforts Brewing Co.

Release – Limited/Seasonal; available on draft in early May, cans release in late May
Style – Gose
ABV – 4.5%
Added Ingredients – Coriander, sea salt, lime & cucumber
Availability – 12 oz. cans & draft
Distribution – Athens & Atlanta, Georgia
Fun Fact – “In The Iliad, The Homeric Hymns, and in Hesiod’s Theogony, Athena is given the curious epithet Tritogeneia.  The meaning of this term is unclear; it could mean various things, including ‘Triton-born’, perhaps indicating that the sea-deity was her parent according to some early myths.  In Ovid’s Metamorphoses, Athena is occasionally referred to as ‘Tritonia’.”