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Tin Roof Brewing releases Voodoo Pale Ale

Tin Roof Brewing releases Voodoo

Tin Roof Brewing releases Voodoo Pale Ale just in time for their new Baton Rouge Funk Fest. Tin Roof, based in Baton Rouge, dubs Voodoo Pale Ale as “their new flagship,” and describes this new release as:

“…A heavily dry-hopped American Pale Ale, which relies on malted and flaked oats to enhance the tropical and fruit flavors provided by the hops.”

Expect a fruit and pine forward flavor and aroma from the inclusion of Citra, Simcoe, and Waimea hops. The heavy dry-hopping as well as use of oats and wheat give the beer a naturally hazy appearance.

The first time you will be able to try Voodoo Pale Ale is at The Baton Rouge Funk Fest, an all day free concert from 1:30 to 7:30 on May 13th at the brewery.

Voodoo Pale Ale will be available in 12oz cans within Tin Roof distribution following its release.

Style: Pale Ale
Hops: Citra, Simcoe, Waimea
Availability: 12oz Cans, Draft.
Debut: May, 2017

5% ABV

Image: @thealerunner

7 thoughts on “Tin Roof Brewing releases Voodoo Pale Ale

  1. I’ve officially made it into BSJ. I took that picture yesterday afternoon…lol.

    • Digging into he comments on the IG, We see where they credited you. We had credited Tin Roof. We have updated the mention, or will remove it at your request.

      • No worries, man. I took the photo yesterday for an upcoming piece in the local paper. The good people there asked me if I’d send it to them for them to use as well. We’re all good. I’m just happy the pic came out well. I’m a camera newbie. Oh, and the beer is really solid too. Just so you know.

  2. Great pic! As a very recent visitor to the tap room, I can verify the change in brewing recipies & artwork will be warmly welcomed. I was satisfied w/ their offerings prior, now Juke Joint 2.0, and others have upped the ante.

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