Atlas Brew Works, located in DC’s Ivy City and Capitol Riverfront neighborhoods, has unveiled its seasonal release, Ninja Sauce, now available for takeout and delivery. A Belgian Pale Ale, Ninja Sauce is described as a light-bodied, fruity, and extremely drinkable beer that balances tropical Mosaic hops with subtle spice and bright citrus notes from the…

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Atlas Brew Works unveils its new seasonal beer in a special recyclable can

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Atlas Brew Works, located in DC’s Ivy City and Capitol Riverfront neighborhoods, has unveiled its seasonal release, Ninja Sauce, now available for takeout and delivery.

A Belgian Pale Ale, Ninja Sauce is described as a light-bodied, fruity, and extremely drinkable beer that balances tropical Mosaic hops with subtle spice and bright citrus notes from the Belgian yeast.

New this year, and just in time for Earth Day, Atlas’ seasonal release cans include a new removeable label that allows the can to be recycled.

“To maintain our desire to be good environmental stewards at Atlas, we came to understand that shrink wrapped and sticker labeled cans cannot be recycled so we collaborated with our can manufacturer on a solution,” said Atlas Brew Works Founder & CEO Justin Cox. “Our Ninja Sauce cans now feature a serrated label so beer drinkers can easily rip off the label and recycle the can.”

Anyone interested in purchasing Ninja Sauce or any of Atlas’ beers can use ToastTab to place an order for pick up at the Ivy City or Half Street pickup or home delivery.

 

Troy Petenbrink

Troy, also known as The Gay Traveler, is a well known travel and food writer. His has been a regular contributor to a variety of outlets including National Geographic, Travel Channel, DCRefined, CBS Local, and Metro Weekly. He also appears on local Washington news outlets as a travel expert.

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