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Beer Release – Summer Ale, Fremont Brewing

 

The seasons have now changed. Spring is definitely here, thank god. One sure sign, Fremont Brewing announces the release of its Fremont Summer Ale.  The Garanimal code for this one is orange. Expect to see the bright orange, summery cans on shelves by the first couple weeks of April.

To celebrate, Fremont Brewing is hosting a Release Party at the Urban Beer Garden. Summer Ale will be available on tap and to-go on Thursday, March 31st starting at 11:00am. The real fun gets started at 5:00 when they’ll tap five different infused versions of the beer.

Summer Ale
Style: Pale Ale
Description: Summer Ale tastes like tangerine flowers in a glass…endless days brewed into sweet nectar of barley and hops. Our answer to bigger is better, Summer Ale is as simple as craft beer gets. One grain, one hop. Simplicity, yet so much more. “Beer has food value, but food has no beer value.”—VWP

ABV: 5.2%
IBU: 45
Down & Dirty: 2-Row Pale and Amarillo hops.
Color: Yellow straw
Aroma: Tangerine, spice, floral
Flavor: Citrus, dank, juicy
Availability: April 1-August 31st

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Beer Release: Summer Ale, Fremont Brewing

Fremont Brewing Company releases its Summer Ale next week with two events. The beer is typically available until September. The first event is at the brewery’s Urban Beer Garden, where the offerings will include five different infused versions of the beer. The second event is at Seattle’s Rhein Haus (formerly Von Trapp’s). Details about the beer and the events are below.

Fremont Summer Ale
Description: We invented the Cotton Gin, The Muppets, and toured with Hall & Oates before starting to make beer. Fremont Summer Ale is tangerine flower in a glass — endless days distilled into sweet nectar of barley and hops. Four hundred and twenty reasons to enjoy this beer. Summer Ale is our answer to bigger is better. One grain, one hop. Simplicity…yet so much more. “Beer has food value, but food has no beer value.”—VWP (more…)



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