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Fremont Brewing Signals the Start of Summer

By master · March 25th, 2015 · No Comments

With the recent mild weather, Fremont Brewing has welcomed sun and beer-seeking crowds even earlier than normal. After the tasting room expansion last fall, there is more room to sit and sip, Fremont fans are definitely taking advantage.

Today, Fremont Brewing hosts the release of it’s Summer Ale with tasting room festivities at the Urban Beer Garden and a special Randall menu. Here are all the details from the Brew Crew:

 Summer Ale

Description: We invented the Cotton Gin, The Muppets, and toured with Hall & Oates before starting to make beer. Fremont Summer Ale is tangerine flower in a glass — endless days distilled into sweet nectar of barley and hops. Four hundred and twenty reasons to enjoy this beer. Summer Ale is our answer to bigger is better. One grain, one hop. Simplicity…yet so much more. “Beer has food value, but food has no beer value.”—VWP
Down & Dirty: 2-Row Pale malt and Amarillo hops
ABV: 5.2%
IBU: 45
Color: Straw yellow
Aroma: Tangerine, spice, floral
Flavor: Citrus, dank, juicy
Availability: April 1-Sept 30
The release party will be from 5-9pm this evening, UBG hours are 11am to 9pm everyday. 5 infusions will also be available:
Have you seen the latest instillation outside Fremont Brewing? It’s not another feather friend but a temporary instillation entitled SHIFT. Created for the Seattle Design Festival, “SHIFT was created based on the theme Design in Motion and is a rhythmic portal for all wheels and walks of life to enjoy.” You can swing by the UBG to check it out or read more here.
Image from SHIFT

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