Woodinville, WA – A notice came our way that further sheds light on a recent release night that occurred at Redhook’s Forecaster's Pub. Now it seems, the much loved Nut Brown with its brown tap handle, has gone through a metamorphosis.
Dubbed Mudslinger Spring Ale, the beer is a retooling of the classic Nut Brown that many of you recall seeing on draft at the Forecaster’s Pub.
“Mudslinger is one of my favorite beers. We brew it in a traditional American Brown Ale style, using six of the highest quality malts available. The malts, which include pale, chocolate, three different caramels and a touch of roasted barley, lend flavor, complexity and offer excellent drinkability.” – Greg Deuhs, Redhook brewmaster
· Mudslinger Spring Ale has a medium body and features malty layers of dark chocolate and caramel along with subtle notes of brown sugar and vanilla.
· The seasonal ale was brewed with six barley malts and two hop varieties, creating a smooth, well balanced brown ale flavor.
Mudslinger Spring Ale Rundown:
· Brewed in a traditional American Brown Ale style
· Alcohol by volume (ABV) of 5.8 percent
· 30 international bittering units (IBUs)
· 185 calories per 12 ounces
· Available through April
· Grilled meats, fowl, stews and even smoked oysters or salmon.
Look for this beer to be featured at chain grocery locations, as well as your location bottleshop or independent grocer. Additionally select locations will also have this beer on draft should you wish to compare which is better, bottle or pint. As always if you can’t find it on the shelf, talk to the beer or wine buyer and ask them to purchase a case.
Here is what some of your colleagues have already said about this beer.
Ratebeer.com / http://www.ratebeer.com/beer/redhook-mudslide/116106/
Beeradvocate.com / http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/18134/55264
Redhook Ale Brewery
14300 Northeast 145th Street, Woodinville, WA (425) 483-3232