Avery Brewing announces year-round Rocky Mountain Rosé

Boulder, Colorado’s Avery Brewing Company, a new year-round beer with national distribution called Rocky Mountain Rosé. The pinkish wine trend made a big splash in beer and cider last year and is holding on through 2019.

More from a press release:

The Avery Brew Crew has over a decade of experience creating true grape and grain brews.  With Rocky Mountain Rosé, the team put their knowledge and experience to work in order to develop a rosé ale using real wine grapes. The brewers used a clean fermentation of both malted barley and wine grapes to create this bright pink beer and wine hybrid. 

With the rapid growth of canned wine, Avery Brewing’s Rocky Mountain Rosé offers a new alternative that’s refreshingly low commitment. At just 4.4% ABV, Rocky Mountain Rosé is bright, crisp, and light on the calories. It’s a crushable day drinker perfect for when you can’t decide between rosé and a sessionable beer.

Rocky Mountain Rosé will be distributed in six packs of 12-ounce cans starting on July 26th, 2019. Find Rocky Mountain Rosé near you with Avery’s brew finder:  http://www.averybrewing.com/brew-finder.

About Avery Brewing Company:

A Colorado-based brewery for over 25 years, Avery Brewing has a singular focus on creating the perfect beer. In a world full of discord, we believe that a singular dedication to something as seemingly simple and inconsequential as beer can transform the world. Avery Brewing exists to pursue the mastery of beer and to reveal its power. Standouts include White Rascal Belgian-Style White Ale, a remarkable selection of IPAs, including The Maharaja Imperial IPA, and Barrel-Aged 16ers like Vanilla Bean Stout. Beer First. The Rest Will Follow. Learn more at www.averybrewing.com

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