Anderson Valley Brewing Introduces Framboise Rose Gose

Rose-GoseAnderson Valley Brewing Company (Boonville, California) has officially released Framboise Rose Gose as the newest installment in its rotating line of Goses.

Developed as their take on a Rosé in beer form, the brewers at Anderson Valley brought Framboise Rose Gose to life by “adding rose hips to the boil and fresh raspberry puree at the end of fermentation.”  These additions result in a “light ruby [hued]” kettle-soured beer highlighted by “subtle raspberry fruit notes [that greet] the nose and fall soft on the palate; tangy, hibiscus-like flavors [that mingle] with the salty tartness of Gose to create a uniquely complex and refreshing drinking experience.”

Framboise Rose Gose is officially available now and has plans to stick around through August.  You can expect to find this new Gose available in 6-packs of 12 oz. cans and on draft at craft beer establishments located in Alabama, Florida, California and throughout the rest of Anderson Valley’s distribution area.  Prost!

Vital Information for Framboise Rose Gose from Anderson Valley Brewing Company

Release – Rotating/Gose Series, March – August 2018
Style – Gose
ABV – 4.2%
IBUs – 12
Added Ingredients – Rose hips & fresh raspberry puree
Suggest Food Pairings – “Light Salads w/ Vinaigrette, Berry Cobbler, Goat Cheese”
Recommended Glassware – Stange, Pint or Snifter
Availability – 6-packs of 12 oz. cans & draft
Beer Finder – https://avbc.com/our-beers/find-our-beer/

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Anderson Valley Brewing Company Returns to Alabama

AVBCglass_editedAnderson Valley Brewing Company (Boonville, California) has officially announced that they have partnered with International Wines & Craft Beer to bring their offerings back to the state of Alabama beginning this month.

When the brewery was founded on December 26th, 1987 in the town of Boonville, California, Anderson Valley Brewing Company was just “one of only 20 craft breweries in the country.”  Thanks to a commitment to experimentation and innovation, their hand-crafted, authentic ales and lagers have helped the brewery grow from a “modest” 10-barrel brewhouse to what is now a “26-acre property [that] houses a 100-barrel brewhouse, tasting room, beer garden, and is home to the first 18-hole disc golf course ever to be built at a brewery.” Now considered to be one of the pioneers of the American craft beer industry, Anderson Valley Brewing Co. is known for a solid, time-tested portfolio of Year-Round brews, an incredibly popular line of Goses, and an exclusive partnership with Wild Turkey® Bourbon that yields their Barl Series of bourbon barrel-aged beers.  To the delight of the Alabama beer community, the brewery has now decided that its next step moving forward is a much-anticipated return to the Heart of Dixie.

“As the craft beer movement continues to grow, we’ve been keeping our eye open for opportunities to expand into regions with strong, craft-oriented wholesalers. Partnering with International just made sense; their knowledge of craft is exemplary and their dedication to building brands is impressive. We’re optimistic about what the future holds for us in Alabama.”

 

– Trey White, President and Owner of Anderson Valley Brewing Company

The beers of Anderson Valley Brewing Company are available throughout the state of Alabama effective immediately.  International Wines & Craft Beer will handle all distribution responsibilities for the brewery in Alabama, and this fine distributor already has the following list of Anderson Valley launch events planned:

Monday, May 8

Tuesday, May 9

Wednesday, May 10

Thursday, May 11

All the launch events listed above are sure to feature some tasty treats, so be sure to attend one (or many) so that you can give the folks at Anderson Valley Brewing Company a proper welcome back to the great state of Alabama.  Prost!