Red Hare SPF 50/50, once a seasonal offering by the Marietta, Georgia based brewery, is now year-round.
Taking the brewery’s year-round, Gangway IPA, and blends it with their house made grapefruit soda. The end result is a hoppy, low alcohol by volume, HOPPY shandy/radler. If you think it sounds weird, we admit it is. But really, it works.
Wishing you were still on vacation? Transport yourself with Red Hare’s take on the classic European Radler. We’ve blended our Gangway India Pale Ale with our house-made grapefruit juice to create an India Pale Radler. This iPR “delivers a refreshing flavor that reminds you of the beach where it is always happy hour, and recovery is only a bacon buffet away.
Red Hare SPF 50/50 is a 12 ounce can and draft offering, now year-round in March, 2017.
4.2% ABV, 38 IBUs
Perhaps this is proof beer can be anything. Red Hare Berry Belgian Waffle is now now shelves.
This summer, the Marietta, Georgia based brewery released Cottontail Creamsic-ale, an orange creamcicle flavored pale ale. Building off the buzz that beer created is a new food inspired beer- Berry Belgian Waffle.
The base beer is a Belgian-style ale, brewed with bluberries, and favors that mimic waffles. Yes, beer can be anything you want it to be.
Red Hare Berry Belgian Waffle will be a 12 ounce can and draft offering.
Red Hare Cotton Tail Orange Creamsic-Ale is the next canned release by the Marietta, Georgia brewery.
The base beer being their year-round Cotton Tail Pale Ale, the Red Hare Brewing team has added orange and vanilla, with extra citrus notes coming from an addition of Zythos hops.
The result? It really does taste like an orange creamsicle. Plus a little bit of hoppy pale ale too. Our description might not do the beer justice, but believe us when we say, your nose will know when you open this can.
Orange flavors mirror the citrus notes of Zythos hops, while smooth sweet vanilla beans compliment their slight bitterness. Tastes just like a cold orange creamsicle on a hot day!
Red Hare Cotton Tail Orange Creamsic-Ale will be available in 12 ounce cans and draft as a seasonal release.
5.5% ABV, 28 IBUs
Red Hare Long Night Lager takes aim at cans in the near future.
Long Day Lager is the brewery’s top selling beer. Red Hare Long Night Lager takes that beer a step further with coffee from Marietta, Georgia based Cool Beans Coffee Roasters.
Red Hare Long Night Lager will be a 12 ounce can and draft offering. The brewery recently confirmed it will be available later this year.
Red Hare Barrel Aged Sour Whabbit Wheat is on the docket by the Marietta, Georgia based brewery.
Whabbit Wheat, an American wheat ale brewed with apricots and peaches, debuted as a seasonal release in spring of 2015. While the label makes no direct mention of the fruit, we are making an assumption.
Red Hare Barrel Aged Sour Whabbit Wheat is aged in Chardonnay barrels with both Brettanomyces yeast and Lactobacillus souring bacteria.
This will be the third offering in the brewery’s Rare Hare Series. The brewery has not yet announced this beer.
Red Hare Sparkling Grapefruit Soda joins Root Beer in the Marietta, Georgia brewery’s craft soda lineup this month.
Small breweries have seen great success in offering nonalcoholic beverages to their fans. The sodas appeal to children of brewery visitors, and fit well into the craft cocktail segment as a mixer.
Red Hare Sparkling Grapefruit Soda (pictured on the right, above) is created with pure cane sugar, and grapefruit zest. Available in 12 ounce cans and draft starting in July, 2016.
A third soda offering is planned for the fall.
Style: Non-Alcoholic Soda (w/ Grapefruit)
Availability: 12oz Cans, Draft. Year-round.
Debut: July, 2016
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Marietta, Georgia based Red Hare Brewing is expanding distribution to Alabama and the Florida panhandle in March.
The brewery has signed distribution contracts with Premium Beverage, Gulf Distributing Company and Allstate Beverage.
“We’ve always felt the gulf shore would be a perfect fit for our cans,” says Roger Davis, founder and CEO of Red Hare Brewing Company. “I lived in Alabama for years, so I’m excited to be able to spend some time drinking Cotton Tail on the coast.”
With these new territories, Red Hare is currently distributed in Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, and Florida.