Short’s Releasing Private Stache Hi-Dilly-Ho Bottles

10 June 2016

imageFrom Short’s:

When our brewers thought about what they wanted to create next for our pub-exclusive bottle release, they couldn’t help but think of a stupid sexy Flanders. It’s been awhile since our last Private Stache release, but this brew has been patiently fermenting in barrels just waiting for the right moment to come out and say “Hi-Dilly-Ho!”.

Hi-Dilly-Ho (6.6% ABV – 8 IBU) is a Flanders Red released as a part of Short’s Private Stache series. This beer is complex with aromas reminiscent of cherry, currant, and oak. Its flavors range from fruit to red wine to subtle malt. Hi-Dilly-Ho is medium-bodied with a moderate acidity and a dry finish.

Bottles of Hi-Dilly-Ho will go on sale for $9.99 each beginning at 11:00 am on Friday, June 10th, 2016 and will be on sale until sold-out. There is no limit, and bottles are available at both the puband Short’s Mart in Bellaire, Michigan. Plus, look for Hi-Dilly-Ho at the Great American Beer Festivalthis year! We can’t guarantee this beer will make you a compassionate and kind neighbor, but we sure are being honest when we say this brew is as tasty as Homer is bald.

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