Grand Teton New “Ale 208” - Idaho’s Session Ale - Coming Late Summer 2013

imageFrom Grand Teton:

We are adding one more beer to our year-round Signature Series! Since we are the premier craft brewery in Idaho, we want to embrace beer drinkers statewide. Ale 208 is brewed to be Idaho’s session ale. What exactly defines a session ale? According to Beer Advocate, "the purpose of a session beer is to allow a beer drinker to have multiple beers, within a reasonable time period or ‘session’, without overwhelming the senses or reaching inappropriate levels of intoxication.” 

Flavor doesn't have to be sacrifice with a lower ABV. Our Ale 208 is crisp with a light malt body and subtle, citrusy, hop character. It’s brewed with 100% Idaho grown grain, hops and pure Idaho spring water. The package imagery is inspired by and pays tribute to Idaho’s rich agricultural heritage and its diverse and beautiful vistas. The name comes directly from the 208 area code that encompasses all of Idaho.

Look for Ale 208 late summer in 12 oz. 6-packs,1/2 & 1/6 barrel kegs in Idaho.

Brewers' Series Release:

Fest Bier Märzen Lager arrives August 15th


Oktoberfest celebrations throughout the world are just around the corner. We've been prepping since early spring when we first brewed our Marzen Lager. Since then we've fermented it at low

temperatures with lager yeast from a monastery brewery near Munich. After the lager was conditioned for weeks in our cellar, we moved it to cold storage for further aging until its release. 

Fest Bier will be available starting on August 15th in 1/2 & 1/6 bbl kegs
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