Philadelphia, PA - With Hard soda becoming popular again, Steven Grasse, the proprietor of Quaker City (QC) Malts in Philadelphia, whom aided in Hendrick’s and Sailor Jerry brands amongst many others. Revealed the release of Quaker City Shrubs at the Assembly Rooftop Bar. A unique line of sparkling, sour, and tangy canned products produced along with apple cider vinegar.
Shrubs QC was influenced in part through Mr. Grasse's research into the history of malting, most notably Francis Perot & Sons, one of Philadelphia's very first breweries which functioned from 1687 to 1907.
Quaker City Shrubs are actually the ideal beer options for anyone searching for a beverage with a little kick and a fruity twist. Influenced by an old Colonial American shrub recipe that safeguarded fresh fruits by blending it with sugar and vinegar. The result is a beverage made with grapefruit, blackberry, and apple expressions, with just 4% abv and only 90 calories per 12-ounce can. Quaker City Shrubs is a distinctive creation, composed of fruit with apple cider vinegar as the primary ingredients.
Hitting racks for the start of summer-time, Quaker City Shrubs offers drinkers just 3g of sugar and it is a low calorie option. Customers can now select from all-natural fruit flavors such as Grapefruit, Blackberry and Apple. Regional outlets are going to include Whole Foods, Wegman’s, and Total Wine, as well as various other select suppliers, bars, and craft beer gardens, all through Philadelphia, Delaware, and southern New Jersey.