Review: Narragansett Fresh Catch

Review: Narragansett Fresh Catch

This “refreshing golden ale dry hopped with Citra” isn’t just one of the toughest beers to spell, it’s indeed one of the most enjoyable low-abv offerings in this category. Brewed in Rochester, New York (but based in Rhode Island), the Citra gives the beer a modest overtone of orange peel amidst a backdrop ample with malt. A slug of piney hops makes this beer fight a bit above expectations in the complexity arena, and the bitter finish is appropriately bracing — though never overwhelming. There’s nothing fancy here, but at barely 4% alcohol, it’s a solid contender in the summertime-sipping, sessionable space.

4.2% abv.

A- / $10 per six-pack /

Narragansett Fresh Catch




Christopher Null is the founder and editor in chief of Drinkhacker. A veteran writer and journalist, he also operates Null Media, a bespoke content creation company.

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