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GO NUTS FOR NEW ABITA PECAN HARVEST ALE



The Abita Brewing Company is proud to introduce their new Pecan Harvest Ale. “Abita Pecan Harvest Ale is made with real Louisiana pecans,” said David Blossman, President of the Abita Brewing Company. “That makes it something really special, because most beers with a nutty flavor or aroma aren’t made with real nuts,” he continued. “The natural oils from the Louisiana pecans give the ale a light pecan finish and aroma,” stated Blossman. Abita Pecan Harvest Ale is excellent served with both red meat and seafood – and no surprise; it’s great with nuts too.
 
Try Abita Pecan Harvest Ale Before It’s Too Late
 
Pecan Harvest Ale is a new limited edition brew and joins Abita Strawberry Harvest Lager in the Abita family of specialty brews. Earlier this year consumers quickly cleared the shelves of Strawberry Harvest Lager and called the brewery begging for more of the beer made with real Louisiana strawberries. 27,500 cases of beer sold out in only 12 weeks. “We want to remind our customers that supplies of our new Pecan Harvest Ale are limited too. We won’t brew any more until next year and when it’s gone…it’s a gone pecan,” said Blossman.
 
Abita Beer Is Louisiana True
 
Abita Pecan Harvest Ale and all other Abita brews, including TurboDog, Purple Haze and Restoration Ale are crafted at the Abita Brewing Company facility in Abita Springs, Louisiana. The Abita Brewing Company was founded in Abita Springs, Louisiana in 1986 and is the oldest and largest craft brewer in the southeast. They
are the 32nd largest commercial brewer by production volume in the nation and the 16th largest craft brewer in the United States. Sales for the company should exceed $16 million this year. Abita Beer has no preservatives, additives or stabilizers and each batch is hand crafted to create brews that are always Louisiana True.




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