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Health-conscious and eco-friendly beer drinkers can now raise a glass of Henry Weinhard's Organic Amber Premium Ale made from natural hops and locally grown organic barley from the Pacific Northwest. USDA-certified organic, the brew contains two-row malt and Mt. Hood and Simcoe hops. Ninety-five percent of its ingredients are grown without the use of pesticides or chemicals.


"To tap into the growing interest in organic food and beverages, we have created a beer that features the natural purity of premium ingredients from the Pacific Northwest," says Scott Ortega, brand director for the Mt. Hood, Ore.-based company. "Henry Weinhard's Organic Amber Ale is an exceptionally clean, fresh-tasting beer that is true to our founder's high standards of handcrafted brewing."

Containing 5.25% alcohol by volume, the brew will initially be sold in Idaho, Oregon and Washington at retail and on draft in select restaurants and bars. Suggested retail price for a six-pack of 12-ounce bottles ranges from $7.49 to $7.99.

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Title Annotation:healthy BITES
Author:Palazzo, Suzanne Vita
Publication:Grocery Headquarters
Date:Mar 1, 2007
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