Chicago Tribune: Pack your cooler with Jeng

Tailgating no longer needs to be about bad beer. From the Chicago Tribune:

"Canned cocktails have soared in popularity, so it was only a matter of time before nonalcoholic canned cocktails took off. Jeng’s three canned nonalcoholic cocktails — which mimic a paloma, a gin and tonic and a Moscow mule — are another way to moderate at the tailgate. All three are well-built and come with the bonus of 11 milligrams of CBD, which may offer a useful dose of calm considering the Bears’ likely win-loss record this year.

"My favorite among the three is Jeng’s take on the Moscow mule, which boasts a crisp, ginger bite and clean, fleeting finish. It’s a bit sweet and lacking that boozy bite — but that’s the point. Though if you must, you could add a shot of vodka."

Read the entire article at ChicagoTribune.com.

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