An early sign of spring? Snoqualmie Falls releases Spring Fever

Snoqualmie Falls Brewing announced today the release of Spring Fever Grand Cru. The 2010 version is currently on tap at the Snoqualmie Falls taproom alongside the 2009 version.

Here is the official press release:

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Snoqualmie Falls Brewing Releases 2010 Spring Fever Grand Cru

Snoqualmie, WA- January 16, 2010- Snoqualmie Falls Brewing & Taproom announces the release of Spring Fever, their Belgian-style Grand Cru. The 2010 batch has just been placed on draft in the taproom alongside the 2009 batch, which has been aging in the cellar for a year.

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This seasonal beer, brewed with coriander seeds and authentic Belgain Ale yeast, has an aroma of tropical fruits and a complex, malty flavor. At 6.8% ABV, this is a beverage to be savored alone or paired with hearty stews and sweet desserts.

Spring Fever is also available to-go from the taproom in kegs and growlers, and will be available to retail locations beginning February 1st. 22oz bottles will be available January 20th. The aged Spring Fever is offered only on-premis at the taproom, which is located in historic downtown Snoqualmie.

For further information call the taproom at 425-831-2357. Snoqualmie Falls beers are distributed by Columbia Distributing; contact Erik Carels at 206-371-9377 for samples and information.



2 comments

  1. i just want to throw this out there, and i am sure it has been much discussed, but is anyone else ever sick of the fact that seasonal beers come out way to early and are gone before the season gets underway. look at pumpkin beers, it seems almost impossible to find them between halloween and thanksgiving… prime pumpkin season. anyway, this saddens me every season to see these seasonal beers always rushed out before their time. can we all petition against this?

  2. i just want to throw this out there, and i am sure it has been much discussed, but is anyone else ever sick of the fact that seasonal beers come out way to early and are gone before the season gets underway. look at pumpkin beers, it seems almost impossible to find them between halloween and thanksgiving… prime pumpkin season. anyway, this saddens me every season to see these seasonal beers always rushed out before their time. can we all petition against this?

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