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Harvester Brewing’s Gluten-Free Red Ale

Kristen Beals Gluten Free Works

Harvester Brewing’s Gluten-Free Red Ale joins Pale and Dark Ales in Year Round All GF Line-Up

Responding to popular demand, Harvester Brewing is bringing their Red Ale into year-round production. The Red Ale was originally released as one of the Experiment Ale series of seasonal/rotating beers. The Red Ale will have its own label, joining the Pale Ale and Dark Ale in the year-round line-up.

The Red Ale is made with a medium dark roast of Willamette Valley chestnuts that lend great flavor to the beer as well as a beautiful red color. Additional ingredients include certified gluten-free oats, pure cane sugar, and sorghum balancing the flavor profile. The Red Ale features Willamette hops and comes in at ~ 5.8% ABV and 25 IBU.

With the Red Ale has moving to year-round production, Harvester is looking forward to developing new and exciting beers to add to the Experiment Ale series. Expect to see the Red Ale hitting shelves in its own label by the end of the month. Additional information on all of our beers as well as an image of the Red Ale label is available here.

James Neumeister
John Dugan
Harvester Brewing

 

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Source: http://oregonbeer.org/2012/05/21/harvester-brewing%E2%80%99s-gluten-free-red-ale/

 

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