Friday, September 21, 2018

Deep Ellum releasing No Way Rosé at State Fair of Texas

Image courtesy of Deep Ellum Brewing Co.

Deep Ellum Brewing Co. of Dallas has announced the release of a new beer conceived to celebrate its recent coupling with the CANarchy Craft Brewery Collective - a group of breweries that includes Deep Ellum, Oskar Blues Brewery, Cigar City Brewing and Perrin Brewing.

No Way Rosé (5.8% ABV), an offspring of that union if you will, is a tart Southwest-styled rosé ale that packs a prickly pear punch. It's described as "juicy, tart and floral, with just enough honey sweetness to balance."

“Born out of a conversation between new coworkers, No Way Rosé is a brew that has thrown out the book on conventional beer styles,” says Kyle Wilborn, head brewer for Deep Ellum. “With the goal of brewing a unique, but approachable beer featuring a heavy dose of organic prickly pear juice, Texas wildflower honey, rhubarb and hibiscus, this sessionable brew can best be described as a southwestern rosé ale.”

According to a press release, No Way Rosé will debut on draft at the State Fair of Texas, which takes place in Dallas from September 28 through October 21. Statewide distribution will follow, with the beer being packaged in six-packs of 12-ounce cans. It will also be available at the Deep Ellum's taproom in Dallas, as well as at the Oskar Blues facility in Austin.

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