The glee Project, the makers of the Goose Island beer, is currently in a competition to choose which of its five beers is best for people who don’t drink beer.
The gale force 5, the third beer in the project, was released in May.
It is the first beer in a line of beers that include Goose Island’s Double IPA and the Double IPA with honey.
Glee has a large and loyal following of craft beer fans, who flock to its tasting rooms every week to sample its beers.
It has been available in select bars, including bars in New York City and Los Angeles, and has also opened a brewpub in Brooklyn.
As a result, the gale-force 5 was chosen by the brewery to win the contest.
The competition has attracted more than 7,000 entries.
The first three entries were submitted in the past few weeks, and the fourth is expected to be published in the next few days.
“We’re super excited to have received the first three awards,” said Glee’s chief marketing officer, Andrew Stoll, who is also the co-founder of the galesplit company.
“And that’s just one of the many beers we have going on right now.
I can’t wait to see what the next six weeks will bring.”