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Redhook Brewery marks its 10th year.

Seattle's Redhook Ale Brewery announced it will celebrate its 10th anniversary with the creation of an all new brew.

With the completion of plant expansion, Redhook now has the space capability to produce trial, limited edition beers. With the addition of 10 new fermenters, and a second brew kettle, brewery executives expect production to surpass 40,000 barrels in 1992.

The first trial brew was a rye beer, of which 50 barrels were concocted. The base malt is Klages tow-row malt, balanced by Munich malt and rye, which give the beer its "pleasant grainy flavor," a Redhook spokesperson said.

The unfiltered beer, which fits well with the autumn season due to its medium body and nutty flavor, will be available only at draught accounts.
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Title Annotation:Red Hook Ale Brewery Inc.
Publication:Modern Brewery Age
Date:Oct 5, 1992
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