Oskar Blues releases Rosé for Daze


Oskar Blues Brewery is jumping on the Rosé trend with their latest, Rosé for Daze is available on draft and in 6-packs of 12 oz. cans. You may have heard about the lawsuit this beer spurred when it was originally called Guns ‘N’ Rosé. The beer itself is flavored with tart and colorful prickly pear and spicy floral hibiscus, it’s spritzy with light hopping with Aramis and Centennial’s with honey-toned malts, 6% ABV.

More from a press release:

“We chose ingredients with big, fresh flavor and combined them at an approachable ABV,” said Tim Matthews, Oskar Blues Head of Brewery Operations.

“While rosé wines can range in sweetness, we were inspired by the crisp, dry end of the spectrum and focused on tart, floral notes. The result is a summery, balanced thirst-quencher perfect for patio season.”

The sleek can, ornamented with delicate hibiscus flowers, provides a suggestion of the pink-hued, intensely carbonated liquid inside. Rosé for Daze is made for porch sipping, brunching, poolside enjoyment and toasting all things summertime.Find Oskar Blues’ newest release near you via the beerfinder, so you can Rosé for Daze.

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About Oskar Blues Brewery
Founded by Dale Katechis in 1997 in Lyons, Colorado, Oskar Blues Brewery launched the craft-beer-in-a-can apocalypse with their hand-canned flagship brew, Dale’s Pale Ale. Today, Oskar Blues operates breweries in Colorado, North Carolina and Texas featuring Dale’s Pale Ale as the nation’s #3 top-selling craft can six-pack at U.S. supermarkets. Oskar Blues is available nationwide in the US and in over 20 countries. Oskar Blues Brewery is a proud member of CANarchy, a disruptive collective of like-minded craft brewers dedicated to bringing high-quality, innovative flavors to drinkers in the name of independent craft beer.
 
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