Prairie Releasing 4th Anniversary Sour Ale Aged On Ginger

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The month of September marks the 4th anniversary of Prairie Artisan Ales. PAA has come a long way. What started as a hope and a dream has grown in ways no one expected. This once small Oklahoma brand has gone from being a local standard to a world known and craved staple. Many of our beers are widely sought out, such as Bomb!, making everyone at Prairie Artisan Ales proud to be a part of what has become a well recognizable brand. We here at Prairie are thankful to have the support of our fans, because without them we wouldn’t be doing what we love and bringing new and innovative twists to traditional favorites. We’ve had the opportunity to grow and expand, and witness the ever changing face of craft beer. We have had the chance to travel to new places and create exciting brews with new friends, and we’re glad you’ve come with us on this journey.

We are releasing our 4th Anniversary beer, a sour ale aged on ginger. This brew is refreshing with a lemon citrus aroma. The ginger is just enough to give this lightly sour ale an added dimension of flavor that keeps you coming back for more. When you get your hands on a bottle of the ginger goodness, you’ll likely ask yourself how we got all that flavor into that bottle. Well, it wasn’t easy. There was plenty of slicing and blending. Then the puréed ginger was added to our sour base and allowed to age until it reached the right balance. You will find the 4th Anniversary packaged in 16.9 oz bottles and available in 1/2 and 1/6 barrel kegs.

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