Lakeland's Brew Hub will help Carnival Cruise Line can and keg its own beer

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Editor's note: Additional information has been added to clarify the relationship between Brew Hub and Carnival.

Lakeland's Brew Hub has partnered with Carnival Cruise Line to launch the very first program of canning and kegging the cruise ship line's own private-label beers.



This is a pretty big deal.

Brew Hub is helping Carnival mass produce the cruise ship line's own beer recipes. Meanwhile, Carnival's in-house brewery team will be aboard Carnival Horizon and Carnival Vista, hard at work making sure the suds are in high supply.



The three brews, including the ThirstyFrog Caribbean Wheat, the ParchedPig West Coast IPA and the ParchedPig Toasted Amber Ale, are available on tap and by the can aboard all 26 ships.

Carnival hopes that guests will utilize this service by taking a 4-pack home as souvenirs – that means a taste of Lakeland will be experienced by cruise-goers and their loved ones around the world.

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