Cranberry Ale from Cascade Brewing

Cranberry Ale

By: Cascade Brewing

Product Description: Cascade Brewing - Cranberry Ale - 750 ml Bottle

  • Size: 750 ml Bottle
  • Type: American Wild Ale
  • Alcohol Content: 6.90% ABV
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Tasting Notes: Soft aromas of Cranberries and light floral notes start this beer off. Tart, dry notes of sweet Cranberries with hints of wild Strawberries on the palate give way to a pronounced dryness and a lingering finish of Cranberries and Spice.

What's on the bottle...

This Northwest style sour ale is a blend of Wheat ales aged for up to 18 months in Oak Barrels with NW cranberries, orange peel and cinnamon.

More from the brewer

This bottle-conditioned sour ale is ready to drink now, serve at 40 degrees F.

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