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Redd's Launches Limited Pick Series

February 01, 2016 Industry News
Industry News

Redd's unveiled the new "Limited Pick," a series of special release ales each available for a limited time. The 2016 special releases will feature three exciting ales over the course of the year: Redd's Cranberry Ale, Redd's Blueberry Ale, and Redd's Ginger Apple Ale.

Like the original Apple Ale, the Limited Pick flavors are 5 percent alcohol by volume, each adding a unique twist to the signature crisp apple taste Redd's is known for:

Redd's Cranberry Ale delivers a slightly sweet, tart cranberry taste, balanced with crisp apple notes, and a refreshing smooth finish.

Redd's Blueberry Ale boasts a delicately balanced apple and blueberry aroma, while offering a taste that hits with ripe blueberry tones and a satisfying apple finish.

Redd's Ginger Apple Ale delivers the fresh taste of ginger with hints of Redd's crisp apple, providing just the right amount of spiciness and sweetness.

Redd's Cranberry Ale—a beer fans have been asking Redd's to bring back since its first appearance in 2014—will kick off the release of the series in February, followed by Redd's Blueberry Ale in April, and rounding out the year with Ginger Apple Ale in September. All beers will be available for a limited time only while supplies last.

"Our fans asked for new, refreshing flavors, and we're ready to deliver with our Limited Pick series," says Lisa Rudman, Redd's Family of Brands marketing manager. "This year will be extremely exciting as fans will have the option to try new flavors in addition to the three year-round flavors. And, we want everyone to stay tuned for 2017 because we have more exciting beers coming for the Limited Pick series."

Redd's Limited Pick flavors will be available nationwide at most grocery and convenience stores in 6six-pack 12-ounce bottles and 16-ounce cans and in the Variety Pack. For more information visit www.ReddsAppleAle.com.

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