Blueberry 2012 Vintage from Cascade Brewing

Blueberry 2012 Vintage

By Cascade Brewing

Wheat/Blond Ales aged in Oak Barrels up to 12 months with Blueberries

  • Style: American Wild Ale
  • Size: 750 ml Bottle
  • ABV: 7.66%
Blueberry 2013 Vintage from Cascade Brewing

Blueberry 2013 Vintage

By Cascade Brewing

Wheat/Blond Ales aged in Oak Barrels up to 8 months with Blueberries

  • Style: American Wild Ale
  • Size: 750 ml Bottle
  • ABV: 7.75%
Blueberry 2014 Vintage from Cascade Brewing

Blueberry 2014 Vintage

By Cascade Brewing

Wheat/Blond Ales aged in Oak Barrels up to 8 months with Blueberries

  • Style: American Wild Ale
  • Size: 750 ml Bottle
  • ABV: 8.19%
Blueberry 2015 from Cascade Brewing

Blueberry 2015

By Cascade Brewing

Wheat/Blond Ales aged in Oak Barrels up to 12 months with fresh Blueberries

  • Style: American Wild Ale
  • Size: 750 ml Bottle
  • ABV: 8.23%
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