This month, Redhook Ale Brewery (NASDAQ: HOOK), rereleases Copperhook Copper Ale, its popular crisp, drinkable, caramel ale. Previously available only in the spring, Redhook has responded to consumer demand and has made Copperhook available year-round in grocery stores and on draught in the Western U.S.
“Copperhook is a refreshing beer. It’s brewed in a German Altbier style and offers a bit of a spicy citrus flavor with a clean malt profile. The beer pairs well with anything from smoked seafood to your favorite barbecued beef and we’re excited to open up distribution year-round.” – Greg Deuhs, Redhook brewmaster
Copperhook Ale has a brilliant copper color with distinctive caramel notes, light maltiness and a smooth refreshing finish.
The ale is brewed in a German Altbier style and is expected to appeal to amber and pale ale drinkers alike.
Copperhook Copper Ale Rundown:
Brewed in a traditional German Altbier style
Alcohol by volume (ABV) of 5.8 percent
25 international bittering units (IBUs)
178 calories per 12 ounces
Smoked oysters or salmon, barbecued Shrimp, chicken, or roast pork.
As a special shout out to those in the East Coast, this beer will still be your Spring Seasonal. More to come including our own tasting notes on this beer. As always if you can’t find this beer on the shelf at your grocer, bottleshop, or favorite pub, ask for it by name.