I enjoyed this beer quite a bit myself - it's smooth, easy to drink, has a nice body and nice flavor. We sent bottles around to our various taste testers that help us out, and the guy who normally drinks Coors kept asking for more to test!! Suspicious ...
The bottle is a standard 12 oz dark glass (which is VERY important if you don't want your beer skunked by sunlight).
Definitely give this a try if you're a beer drinker! You might find it perfect for your flavor requirements and your diet plan.
UPDATE: March 2009
I have heard from one of my visitors that they tried to find some Aspen Edge and were told by a liquor store that the beer had been discontinued a while ago.
If anybody still has access to the Aspen Edge, please let me know so I can update the article!
UPDATE: April 2014
The Wikipedia page does list this beer as being discontinued. So it seems unlikely that we'll be getting Aspen Edge any time in the near future. A shame - this as a nice option in the low carb beer world. I wonder why certain tasty beers fail.
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