Scuttlebutt asks you to, "Name That Beer."

Scuttlebutt Brewing is having a Name That Beer contest. They are renaming their Sequioa Red Ale and want to hear your ideas. The winner gets a keg. Legally, Scuttlebutt will own the name but you will own the bragging rights and the keg. Stylistically, the beer is somewhere between an ESB and a Pale Ale. It does not need to have “red” in the name.

Matt Stromberg, Head Brewer at Scuttlebutt, says: “As many of you know, this is the beer that I brew just for myself. It’s developed quite a following amongst our regulars at the pub, especially the nitro version. It has a robust hop presence but remains very balanced and is very session oriented at 5% abv.”

For more info, and to enter, visit the Scuttlebutt Web site.



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Scuttlebutt asks you to, “Name That Beer.”

Scuttlebutt Brewing is having a Name That Beer contest. They are renaming their Sequioa Red Ale and want to hear your ideas. The winner gets a keg. Legally, Scuttlebutt will own the name but you will own the bragging rights and the keg. Stylistically, the beer is somewhere between an ESB and a Pale Ale. It does not need to have “red” in the name.

Matt Stromberg, Head Brewer at Scuttlebutt, says: “As many of you know, this is the beer that I brew just for myself. It’s developed quite a following amongst our regulars at the pub, especially the nitro version. It has a robust hop presence but remains very balanced and is very session oriented at 5% abv.”

For more info, and to enter, visit the Scuttlebutt Web site.



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