San Antonio's Alamo Beer Co. releases puro limited-edition Cowboy Chamoy sour brew

Cowboy Chamoy will be available starting today. - Instagram / alamobeerco
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Cowboy Chamoy will be available starting today.
San Antonians love chamoy. Maybe a little too much for own good sometimes.

Clearly, local craft brewer Alamo Beer Co. has taken that to heart with the release of a new, limited-edition brew called Cowboy Chamoy. Alamo took to Instagram Wednesday to share details of the flaming-red sour gose, which is made with mango, apricot, plum, hibiscus, lime and chili.

Alamo will tap first keg of the puckery new gose at its east-of-downtown beer hall on Wednesday at 3 p.m., according to its post. The beer will also be available on-site in $10 six-packs, and the brewery hinted that may even be headed to local grocery and liquor store shelves.

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