Day Of The Dead Beer - Blonde Ale, Porter, Pale Ale, Hefeweizen, DOA IPA & Amber Ale

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I love great labels, and today we have six coming from Worldwide Beverage Imports in Los Angeles.  These beers are imported from Mexico under the brand name of Day Of The Dead Beer.  Today we get to see Blonde Ale (Death Rides a Pale Horse--5.6% ABV), Porter (Pay The Ferryman--5% ABV), Pale Ale (Queen Of The Night--4.8% ABV), Hefeweizen (Immortal Beloved--5.5% ABV), DOA IPA (Hop On Or Die--5.9% ABV) and Amber Ale (Death Becomes You--5.5% ABV).  These are all 11.2oz bottles.
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Here’s the official press release:

Drinks Americas Holdings congratulates its consulting partner Worldwide Beverage Imports, LLC., on the selection of their new line of premium Mexican Craft Beers, Day of the Dead, to be distributed by Southwest Wine and Spirits of New Mexico.

“We are excited about the hard work of our consulting division and of Joe Belli, V.P of Sales for Worldwide Beverage Imports, LLC., in the national rollout of Day of the Dead Beer starting with New Mexico,” said Tim Owens, CEO of DKAM.

“We couldn’t be happier to be working with such a great distribution partner. The management team at Southwest has embraced the brand as much as any supplier could hope for,” said Belli. “Southwest has made placements throughout New Mexico with key retailers such as Sprouts and Whole Foods.”

In conjunction with this latest success, DKAM plans a national rollout of its brokered line of beers starting September 1(st) of this year. “We anticipate following the triumph of Day of the Dead Beers, with new products, and foresee a similar level of success,” said Owens.
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3 comments (click to read or post):

  1. I had the pleasure of trying the Amber and Pale Ale and this weekend. While I tend to have a sensitive to very "hoppy" or "wheaty" ales these two were full of flavor, smooth and enjoyable to consume. It was a plenty surprise and I'm hunting around my local craft brew sellers asking for it.

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  2. Will it be sold in the U.S. of A. ?

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  3. http://mybeerbuzz.blogspot.com/2013/10/day-of-dead-craft-beers-launch-in-20.html

    Yup!

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