Top 10 Low-Calorie Beers
When first released in January 2014, Ophelia was slated to weigh in at a hefty 7.5 percent ABV, but the final version was slimmed down to just 5 percent alcohol.
This unfiltered ale pours a cloudy yellow-orange with a lemon-citrus aroma. A unique cross between a wheat ale and an IPA, Ophelia is loaded with Mosaic and Palisade hops that add a fruity tartness with subtle hints of mango, orange and pineapple. The robust flavors and dry, tingling carbonation of this light beer add a crispness that you would normally expect to find in a fuller-bodied pale ale.