Feed My Existence
Aslin Beer Company
A Note on This Beer
When Aslin Brewing first opened their doors back in 2015, they figured they’d be a fun little taproom in the sleepy town of Herndon, Virginia. But that’s not how things went down.
Once folks got a taste of the new brewery’s IPAs, they wanted more. Every release drew lines down the block, and the little space couldn’t handle the load. Even on normal nights, crowds spilled into the parking lot!
It was too much — the sleepy neighborhood couldn’t handle all the traffic, and the brewery had to shut their taproom down.
Undeterred, the brewers set up a picnic table in front of the building’s garage and started selling cans. And the crowds kept coming. Last year, Aslin opened a shiny new brewery and taproom in nearby Alexandria (Eater describes the decor as “Lisa Frank on acid”) and we finally got a small stash to share!
We know that plenty of you Tavour members are looking for a taste — you’ve been blowing up our inbox for months asking when we’ll get beer from this crew!
Well stop emailing, and start ordering, because here comes Feed My Existence.
The brewers went tropical with this juicebomb, cranking up the flavors with massive amounts of African Queen and Southern Passion Hops, along with a dose of Citra Hops for that fresh-squeezed OJ flavor.
Take a sip, and drift away on a river of ripe pineapple, drippy mango, and fresh peach. On the finish, a touch of pine and a bit of pithy bitterness keep things balanced.
If you want to try a sip from one of the country’s hottest breweries, grab a can quickly before our stash runs out!
According to The Washington Post, Aslin makes the D.C. area’s “best and buzziest craft beers!”
Tavour strictly supports independent beer. Aslin Beer Company is certified independent by the Brewers Association
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Must be a bad batch
Daily Corona battle. Citrusy and dank. Sweet peach with a piney finish. Sweet and crisp.
Fantastic. Love getting Aslin up here in Michigan.
Was hoping for more