Packed with juicy tropical hops and recreation-minded ingredients, Open League is the buzzer beater for all beer fans at only 35 calories per serving
PRESS RELEASE / August 9, 2022 (Boston, MA) – Harpoon Brewery, maker of fan-favorite Rec. League, is adding to its League Family with the launch of its first non-alcoholic hazy IPA: Open League. Brewed with juicy tropical hops and recreation-minded ingredients, Open League is a light and refreshing beverage at only 35 calories and less than 0.5% ABV per serving.
Made for those who want to beat the buzz while still enjoying the taste of a refreshing, hop-forward beer, Harpoon’s newest year-round offering is brewed with some of the same better-for-you ingredients as Rec. League, like toasted buckwheat, chia seeds, and sea salt for electrolytes. Whether finishing up a summer hike or just wanting to enjoy a night out without the morning-after hangover, Open League is a light yet flavorful beer open for everyone* to indulge in – and fans can still reach for a can of its 4% ABV counterpart, Rec. League, for those moments that call for a little celebration with traditional beer.
To celebrate the launch of Open League, Harpoon is inviting fans to join them for a free fitness event hosted by Eliza Shirazi of Kick It by Eliza. Kick It With Eliza @ Harpoon will take place at the brewery on Sunday, August 28th at 10AM, offerings folks a morning of Kickboxing, Boxing, Rhythmic Components, and a Meditative Cool Down. All levels are welcome to participate and no purchase is required.** Participants are invited to Outdoors @ Harpoon following the event to refresh with a glass of Open League and a pretzel.
Open League will be available in markets where Harpoon is sold beginning this month. Folks can find Open League at a retailer near them using Harpoon’s Beer Finder. It is also available for purchase on the Harpoon e-store.
*Must be 21+ to purchase.
**Participants must bring their own yoga mat, sneakers, and water.
The Harpoon Brewery was founded in 1986 by beer lovers who wanted more and better beer options. When the Brewery was founded, Harpoon was issued Brewing Permit #001 by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, since it was the first to brew commercially in Boston after a dormant period of about 25 years. Since then, it has expanded to a second brewery in Windsor, VT. Harpoon’s line of craft beer features its award-winning IPA and seasonal beers, along with special limited releases. In 2014, Harpoon became an employee-owned company.