Loki Red Ale from Fearless Brewing

Loki Red Ale

By: Fearless Brewing

Product Description: Fearless Brewing - Loki Red Ale - 16 oz Can

  • Size: 16 oz Can
  • Type: Red / Amber Ale
  • Alcohol Content: 7.70% ABV
  • Region: Estacada, Oregon
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Tasting Notes: smooth lasting bitterness, hop/malt balance, earthy, tangy, clear red, citrus smell

What's on the bottle...

Named for the Norse god Loki, the Trickster. A high spirited beer that has a generous helping of Tomahawk and Galena hops with a distinct English brown malt background. Those of you who have trouble choosing between the richer, malty ales and the bitter IPAs may find nirvana in this beer. This beer was named in 2013 top ten by Willamette Week

More from the brewer

Brewed from the magical waters of the Clackamas River Brewed just for you by Ken Johnson, Grand, High Exalted Mystical Brewer and Owner of Fearless Brewing Company, 326 South Broadway, Estacada, Oregon, Center of the Brewing Universe. Skoal!

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