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Irma subjected Florida’s citrus groves to fruit losses that have wiped out some farmers.
The beer is made tart by a process called kettle souring (the fast, cheap way to sour a beer) and then given an abundance of citrus-forward hops.
The style is a take on a radler, a traditional German mixture of beer and citrus juice or soda, originally created to sate thirsty cyclists.
Mangoes, longans, governor’s plum, avocados, sapotes and citrus appeared on the decades-old trees in the gardens, according to Miami Herald reports at the time.
Add heat to the blender with fresh jalapeño and an altogether different flavor with a generous squeeze of citrus and torn fresh cilantro.
Then comes a shot of Deep Eddy Grapefruit vodka for a double dose of citrus.
Florida’s $8 billion agriculture business, while not as severely impacted as initially feared, still suffered damage, with Moody’s estimating a roughly 12 percent drop in citrus production and a 10 percent falloff in the sugarcane crop.
Democrat Bill Nelson of Florida also pushed unsuccessfully for up to $3 billion more for his state’s citrus industry.
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