Continuing to draw inspiration from characters and themes created by author Lewis Carroll, the Rabbit Hole Brewing Company of Justin today announced a new line of seasonal brews created in the spirit of Tweedledee and Tweedledum.
Tweedleyum, a strawberry hefeweizen, will be the first in a series of wheat-based beers, all of which will have the tag "Tweedle" as part of the name. The new beer was "designed specifically for spring" and spending time out on the patio. It weighs in with a relatively light ABV of 5.5% and the brewery says it's the kind of beer you'll "look forward to cooling off with...when the Texas heat returns."
The primary ingredient in Tweedleyum is an all-natural strawberry puree from Oregon. According to Chief Sales Sensei, Tait Lifto, "It's a more subtle strawberry flavor, but it's real - it's actual fruit that comes out of the ground, and we want our beers to always have real ingredients. We don't compromise even though it's cheaper to use chemicals and flavorings."
Expected to be released in April, Tweedleyum will be draft only and available through June. Look for it to be on tap at establishments in Austin and North Texas that typically carry Rabbit Hole brews.