Indeed Brewing Yamma Jamma Returns For Final Season

imageFrom Indeed:

MINNEAPOLIS, MN  AUGUST 10, 2017: Indeed Brewing Company announced today that its fall seasonal beer, Yamma Jamma Harvest Ale, will retire after autumn 2017. Conceived as an alternative to the ever growing patch of pumpkin beers, Yamma Jamma is instead brewed with sweet potatoes, a blend of spices, and vanilla. Fit to pair with crunchy leaves, casseroles and sweater weather, Yamma Jamma will continue to be Indeed's tribute to coziest of seasons for one more year. 

"As a brewery, we are committed to making beers that are innovative & match what consumers are looking for on the shelf," says Indeed Co-Founder Tom Whisenand. "Yamma Jamma had a good run, and fit the bill for what we wanted to make five years ago, but today tastes are changing. We’re always excited to do new things and create new brands that show off what we can do as a brewery, so that's where we are headed in the future."

Indeed is not sharing details at this time, but hints that the Company may create something new for next fall. Until then, the last batches of Yamma Jamma Harvest Ale will be available from the end of August into October. The first keg of this year's Yamma Jamma will be tapped at Indeed Brewing's Five Year Celebration at Icehouse Minneapolis on August 19th.



Crunchy leaves. Casseroles. Sweater weather. Yamma Jamma is our tribute to the coziest of seasons. Brewed with sweet potatoes and a blend of warm, fragrant spices, our Harvest Ale captures the sights, sounds, and flavors of fall.

Yamma Jamma will returns this year to reap in one final season, as our Harvest Ale will hit the hay for good in 2017. Make sure to get your paws on the last batches of Yamma Jamma, available end of August through October, on draft and 12 oz. cans.

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