I haven’t seen much from Redhook Brewery these days, but a package arrived today out of the blue from them: It’s new this year and styled as a “Golden Rye Ale,” with 4.7% abv and 35 IBUs. The insert in the box also notes that this new beer is also part of an overall packaging refresh Redhook is rolling out. I’ll report more as I drink them.
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Over the weekend I popped open the bottle of Redhook Double Black Stout that the brewery sent me to share with our friends Paul and Sandi, and while I didn’t do the full five-point review—I covered that back in 2008—this is still a beer worth writing about. Redhook first brewed this beer in the 1990s, a coffee-infused Imperial Stout (7% abv being a respectable “imperial” during the 90s), and discontinued it in 2000. Back then, … Continue reading →
This tidy package arrived for me today from Redhook: A bottle of their Double Black Stout—which last saw the light of day in 2008 and is one of Redhook’s all-time greats—along with a package of whole coffee beans from Seattle’s Caffe Vita (who Redhook teamed up with to brew this coffee stout) and a heavy, stylish coffee (or beer!) mug to accompany them both. Looking forward to drinking this one, and making some coffee with … Continue reading →
Winterhook is Redhook Brewery‘s seasonal winter ale, which the brewery sent me the other day, as part of the early rollout of wintertime beers that has become the trend. (I love me some winter beers, but having them come out in September is just too early!) I honestly cannot remember the last time I had a Winterhook, so I was happy to pour these up. Redhook first brewed Winterhook in 1985, and this is the … Continue reading →
I received these this evening: A pair of this year’s Winterhook winter seasonal from Washington’s Redhook Brewery. Redhook is one of the grandaddy of American craft breweries, and astoundingly this is the 28th year of Winterhook. Each year the recipe is changed up a bit (in the tradition of such beers) and this year’s is 6% abv with 45 IBUs. I have to say, I rather like Redhook’s new bottles (they’ve been out for a … Continue reading →