Angel City Adding 2017 Avocado Ale 16oz Cans

imageThis morning we get a peek at 2017 Avocado Ale from Angel City Brewery in Los Angeles, CA.  This beer is brewed with California-grown avocados, honey, cilantro, garlic, peppers and lime juice and it is brewed with the 5th annual Avocado Festival.  The beer is based on a Kölsch-style ale and it will be packaged in 16oz cans.

17 July 2017 this update from Angel City:

Five years ago, Angel City Brewery debuted Avocado Ale at their first annual Avocado Festival. Legend has it that the festival was so #Avocadope that the LA demand for avocado toast climbed to new heights. Regardless of what’s believed, the fact that Angel City Brewery’s Avocado Fest is back and bigger than ever is 100% truth. The Brewery invites Angelenos to the fifth annual Avocado Festival, a two-day celebration of all things avocado on August 5th and 6th from 11 am to 8 pm. New this year, for those looking to get Avocado Ale early, Angel City will be selling 4-packs of 16oz cans beginning Friday, August 4th at 4 pm.

Avocado Ale is a creamy Kölsch-style beer brewed once a year from avocados hand picked from family owned King & King Ranch located in Filmore, CA. After the avocados are sliced, avocado honey, cilantro, and lime juice are mashed together utilizing the brewery’s own “Dry-Guac” technique. Cans of this deliciously hazy, straw-colored beer have an ABV of 4.2%. Due to the fresh ingredients, drinkers are encouraged to sip their cans of Avocado Ale sooner rather than later because this beer has a short shelf-life.

This year’s Avocado Fest will be a two-day event featuring live music, an artist bazaar, Avocado Beer cocktails, a cake from Charm City Cakes, local food trucks, games and more, all in celebration of California’s state fruit.

Avocado Fest 2017 Preview

Pre-Festival Avocado Ale Can Release, August 4th, 4 pm – 2 am

Avocado Fest Day 1, August 5th, 11 am – 8 pm:

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