AleSmith - My Bloody Valentine Red Ale Returns

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AleSmith Brewing is announcing, just in time for Valentine’s Day, its seasonal My Bloody Valentine is now available in 22 ounce bottles at retail and on tap in 18 states and Denmark, in addition to AleSmith’s San Diego Tasting Room.

AleSmith’s My Bloody Valentine Red Ale is the crimson red-blooded cousin of Evil Dead Red Ale, AleSmith’s Halloween brew. It has intense notes of caramel, toast and bittersweet chocolate, balancing an intense bouquet of floral hop aromas. The finish leaves a pleasant, full-bodied sweetness on the palate that leaves you pining for more!

My Bloody Valentine Red Ale is available at retail locations that carry AleSmith craft beers in Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois, Michigan, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Texas, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin, as well as at AleSmith’s Tasting Room at 9990 AleSmith Court in San Diego.

On January 23 from 1:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., AleSmith will hold its annual “Pint for a Pint (Glass)” in its tasting room for National Blood Donor Month. People who donate blood at the mobile San Diego Blood Bank bus parked at AleSmith during that time will receive a commemorative AleSmith branded pint glass, celebrating the launch of the beer – while supplies last.

“My Bloody Valentine is one of our classic seasonal offerings, consistently a best seller and one of my personal favorites,” said Peter Zien, Owner/CEO of AleSmith Brewing Company. “With National Blood Donor Month, and Valentine’s Day coming up, we hope singles and couples alike, will join us to enjoy this wonderfully smooth and delicious brew, while supporting a good cause.”

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