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Widmer Brothers Brrr Seasonal Ale - Beer America TV


Widmer Brothers Brrr Seasonal Ale

Got the holiday blues? Out of ideas as to what to get that special someone? Don't worry, Kurt and Rob Widmer have the answer give the gift of beer! More specifically, Brrr! Widmer's hard working brewmasters have handcrafted this year's edition special for the holiday season.
 

  
Availability: Late Oct. - Early Jan.
Bitterness: 50 IBU
Alcohol by volume 7.2%
Original gravity: 17 PLATO
Malts: Pale, Caramel, Munich, Carapils, Dark Chocolate
Bittering Hops: Alchemy
Aroma Hops: Simcoe Alchemy
Food: Goes well with Holiday favorites like turkey and ham


Widmer Brothers
Widmer Brothers is an American brewery founded in 1984 in Portland, Oregon by brothers Kurt and Rob Widmer. It is the 7th largest brewery in the U.S., and the largest in Oregon as part of the Craft Brands Alliance, Inc. In 1986, the Widmer Brothers introduced their Hefeweizen to America. It has since gained much popularity throughout the states.

In November 2007, Redhook Ale Brewery and Widmer Brothers officially announced plans to merge, forming a new company called Craft Brewers Alliance. The new company will retain both Redhook and Widmer brands. The two had already been working closely for several years through a licensing agreement whereby Redhook brewed and distributed Widmer beers on the east coast. Anheuser-Busch, which previously held a minority stake in both companies, will continue to hold one in the new company.

Redhook is headquartered in Seattle, Washington with operations in Woodinville, Washington and Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Upon completion of the merger, Craft Brewers Alliance will be headquartered in Portland, with offices in Seattle.
 

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