Victory Brewing Company Pops The Cork On Two New Releases: Jubilee & Red

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Downingtown, PA, December 15, 2016 – Victory Brewing Company (Victory) introduces two new beers to usher in the holidays. A celebration brew, aptly named Jubilee and Red, an extremely limited, oak-aged Flemish-style sour red ale.

Jubilee is a lush and decadent biére brut. A rich, fruit-forward Belgian-style ale that pours golden yellow-orange and is fermented with sparkling wine yeast making for a lively and effervescent beer, perfect for toasting. Jubilee is highly carbonated lending to its champagne-like feel and is sure to start the party at 12% ABV. Pear and green apple aromas with citrus and spice flavors lead to a dry and crisp wine-like finish. Jubilee will be available January through March on draft and is packaged in 750 ml bottles with celebratory artwork emphasizing the corked bottle. Available throughout Victory’s 35 state distribution footprint, Jubilee bottles retail at $9.99, depending on location.

Available beginning today, December 15 exclusively at all three Victory brewpubs, Red is a highly complex, Flemish-style sour red ale. A reflection of the passion, dedication and patience of Victory brewers, Red was aged for three years in oak barrels leading to tart aromas and notes of vanilla, oak, caramel and cherries in each sip. Mixed-culture fermentation and expert blending perfectly marry tart and tannic notes for a sharp, biting acidity that is quickly replaced by slightly sweet malty undertones. Red is available for an extremely limited time in 750 ml bottles for $22 at the Downingtown, Kennett Square and Parkesburg brewpubs. Supplies will not last!

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