Ruth from Hair of the Dog Brewing

Ruth

By: Hair of the Dog Brewing

Product Description: Hair of the Dog Brewing - Ruth - 22 oz Bottle

  • Size: 22 oz Bottle
  • Type: APA / American Pale Ale
  • Alcohol Content: 4.50% ABV
  • Region: Portland, Oregon
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Tasting Notes: Unfiltered

What's on the bottle...

BRAVE MAZEL LOVABLE VIBRANT: Ruth is a light and refreshing Pale Ale, Made with Organic Pilsner malt and whole Northwest hop flowers. She was inspired by my mother's mother, granny Ruth, because of her love and support. Don't be ruthless, have one for granny.

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Ruth is a light and refreshing American Ale, made with pale malt and crystal hops from the Pacific Northwest. All American Ale/Don't Be Ruthless brewed and bottled in Portland OR - Canine crafted beers since 1993

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