Elliott Bay Brewing releases bottles of its De Rode Duivels – Flanders-style red ale


When discussing the current situation, we’ve talked about breweries that had beers in tanks fermenting and conditioning as the C-19 shutdowns went into effect. Lest we forget, a lot of breweries had beers in barrels when the world stopped turning. For example, Elliott Bay Brewing is releasing one of its barrel-aged wonders. I’ll let them explain:

“De Rode Duivels is our Flanders-Style red ale. Its a blend of old and young sour barrels from our program in Lake City. The first sour beer I ever had was Duchesse De Bourgogne at the Toronado in San Francisco, and after a visit to Rodenbach in Roeselare, this style of sour has been my favorite ever since. De Rode Duivels has aromas of red wine, American oak, sour cherries and raspberries. These bottles have been bottle conditioned for 9 months and are tasting great.”

“Bottles will be available to go from all three Elliott Bay Pubs starting on Thursday the Ninth. $17. Full food menu is available to go, half priced growler fills everyday of our house beers. My pairing recommendation for De Rode Duivels would be our Crumbled Blue and Bacon Burger. Feel free to call ahead:”

Burien: 206-246-4211
Lake City: 206-365-2337
West Seattle: 206-932-8695
Closed Monday
Tue-Fri 4pm-8pm
Sat-Sun 12pm-8pm


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