Shipyard Brewing launches Applehead ale
Beer Drinks Business Review - Dec 2nd 2011, 08:56
US-based Shipyard Brewing Company has added a new seasonal beer Applehead to its Pumpkinhead line.
The new beer, Shipyard Applehead is a crisp, refreshing wheat ale, which features an apple aroma and subtle cinnamon flavor. It will be available in 6-packs, 12-packs and on draft.
First brewed in November 2011, the beer (4.5% ABV) contains Light Munich, Malted Wheat malts and Willamette, Hallertau hops,and will be available from December through March at a price range of $8.99 - $9.99 for 6-packs and $16.99 - $17.99 for 12-packs.
Shipyard Applehead will be available first in New England, and other markets across the US will follow in January and February.
Applehead will be on tap at pubs in New Hampshire and Massachusetts, this week, and on store shelves from December. Other New England states will have beer on draft at select locations starting December.
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