Redd's Apple Ale Sets Out For Second Year In A Row To Bring The Ultimate Taco Pairing

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CHICAGO, IL June 7, 2016 Redd's Apple Ale is bringing the Redd's Taco Truck back on the road to challenge the traditional beer routine by pairing the crisp apple taste of Redd's with tacos. This summer, those 21 and over can enjoy complimentary tacos and samples of all Redd's varieties by looking out for the taco truck at major music festivals, parades and sporting events in various cities including: Chicago, Ill., Milwaukee, Wis., and Jacksonville, Fla. The truck will also make stops at major retailers in Texas.

"We're thrilled to bring back the Redd's Taco Truck after a highly successful inaugural year," said Lisa Rudman, brand manager of Redd's Apple Ale. "This year, the truck is going to even more cities to let our drinkers experience the perfect pairing of tacos and Redd's Apple Ale."

In addition to Redd's and tacos, the Redd's Taco Truck has a few surprises in store for consumers, including an appearance by Mexican comedian, actor and singer Omar Chaparro during one stop on the tour. Chaparro, who stars in the action, comedy film "Compadres," will join Redd's on the road to inspire consumers to switch up their beer routine, something he's helped the brand achieve for the past two years.

At five percent alcohol by volume, Redd's Apple Ale is crisp like an apple, brewed like a beer. Redd's is also available in Strawberry and Green Apple and for a limited time in Blueberry at retailers nationwide.

For more information about the Redd's Apple Ale taco truck tour and Redd's Apple Ale visit, and on Twitter @ReddsAppleAle.

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