Redhook Brewery is bringing back its fan-favorite Big Ballard Imperial IPA in 22-ounce bottles and six-packs, which will be available year round throughout Washington State. To celebrate the beer’s return, Redhook will host an open house launch party at fellow Washington original Filson’s Ballard location.
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- Craft Brew Alliance
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14300 NE 145th Street
Woodinville, WA 98072 United States
- Crushable Craft Since 1981. View current available career opportunities with Redhook Brewery: http://craftbrew.com/careers/
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Redhook Brewery is bringing back its iconic Blackhook Porter, long a favorite of dark beer fans, as its 2017 spring seasonal.
Redhook Brewery is celebrating the Fourth of July with a new brew, American Pale Ale. This hoppy addition to Redhook’s year-round lineup, featuring classic red, white and blue packaging, will be available nationally starting in July 2016.
Redhook Brewery introduced a new summer seasonal that is a true Seattle original. Summerhook is a golden rye ale made for Seattle summers: picnics at Green Lake, day games at Safeco Field, or warm evenings at the Fremont Solstice Fair. Summerhook is a new addition to Redhook’s seasonal line up that features crisp hoppiness and rye malt characteristics. Summerhook’s light body and 4.7 percent ABV make it a refreshing must for the season.
In celebration of 20 years of brewing in Portsmouth and pioneering the concept of a bi-coastal brewery in the U.S., Redhook Brewery will team up with three local breweries — Stoneface Brewing Co., Tuckerman Brewing Co. and Smuttlabs of Smuttynose Brewing Company — for the first ever “Celebrations and Beers” collaboration series.
Amid increasing competition from thousands of fast-growing startup breweries, Oregon’s Craft Brew Alliance — which makes and markets the Kona, Widmer, Redhook, Omission and Square Mile Cider brands — is fine-tuning its go-to market strategy. Despite a somewhat lethargic 2015 where net sales increased just two percent, CEO Andy Thomas and other CBA executives who spoke to investors during last week’s earnings call, remained optimistic about the company’s position as it approaches the end of this year’s first quarter.
Redhook Brewery announced today that it will release its original Blackhook Porter, the iconic dark beer that helped pave the way for Redhook to become one of America’s first craft breweries more than 30 years ago, as the brewery’s new spring seasonal.
Earlier this month, Craft Brew Alliance — which produces and markets the Redhook brand, as well as the Widmer, Kona and Omission lines of craft beers — announced plans to open a new Redhook Brewery brewpub in Seattle, the brand’s birthplace.
For the 31st straight year, Redhook is celebrating the return of colder days and even colder nights with its latest release of long-time seasonal favorite Winterhook. Continuing its tradition of bringing a little holiday variety to this winter warmer, Redhook has once again riffed on the beer’s recipe to create Winterhook #31.
Redhook Brewery, a Seattle staple since 1981, is unveiling a retro-style ESB design (Extra Special Bitter) today to pay homage to their brewing history in the Seattle. The throwback design will be featured on both bottle packaging as well as on a new 16 oz. can also introduced today. Both packages are available only in the Northwest.
Now you can have your beer and eat it, too. Carl’s Jr.® and Hardee’s® today announced a partnership with Seattle craft brewery Redhook® to bring the gastropub flavors of beer-battered cod to their menus. Featuring the distinctive flavor of Redhook’s ESB (Extra Special Bitter) ale, the Redhook Beer-Battered Cod Fish Sandwich is now available at Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s restaurants.
Craft Brew Alliance (CBA) has announced its preliminary financial results for 2014, highlighting double-digit net sales growth across the company’s core family of brands including Kona, Widmer Brothers, Redhook and Omission. According to a release from the company, net sales increased 12 percent in 2014, and exceeded $200 million. Shipments grew 10 percent, a 6 percent increase over the year prior. Depletions, meanwhile, grew 7 percent despite an approximate 25 percent reduction in SKUs.
Craft Brew Alliance today announced it has signed a letter of intent to form a strategic partnership with Appalachian Mountain Brewery, a publicly traded craft brewery based in Boone, North Carolina. Although specific terms of the deal were not disclosed, CBA told Brewbound the two companies will explore ways to “drive business growth and shareholder value through sharing resources in key strategic areas.”
In a follow-up earnings call on Thursday, Craft Brew Alliance (CBA) executives expounded on third quarter results and discussed the increasingly competitive craft beer landscape.Total CBA depletion volumes grew 6 percent compared to the third quarter in 2013. Year-to-date depletion totals are now up 8 percent.
Year Round Beers
|Out of Your Gourd - Pumpkin Porter||Pumpkin|
|Audible Ale||Pale Ale|
|Double Black Stout||Stout|
|Mudslinger Spring Ale||Brown Ale|
|Long Hammer IPA||IPA|
|ESB||Ordinary Bitter best Bitter ESB|
|Copperhook Copper Ale||Ale|
|Blonde Golden Ale||Golden/Blonde|
|Big Ballard Imperial IPA||IPA|
|Treble Barley Wine||Barley Wine|
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