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Redhook Blueline Series Extra Special Birthday Limited Release
Redhook Brewing Company
Woodinville, Washington, USA
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1 3.50 1 19 02-27-2012

Brewer's Description:
Redhook is celebrating its big three oh – and what better way to celebrate then with an extra special beer. Redhook’s second release in the Blueline series is a highly modified version of ESB that replicates the flavor profile of Redhook Ale in the early 80’s, lovingly referred to by Seattle locals as “banana beer”. To bring out this unique flavor we fermented using a yeast strain that highlights these spicy banana notes. This special brew has a deep red color, bold hops and thick malty body. Don’t worry; no actual bananas were harmed in the making of this beer.

Alcohol Content (ABV): 6.5%
Calories: Unknown
Carbohydrates: Unknown
Bitterness (IBU): 65
**Stats are based on a 12 ounce beer

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3.5 Reviewed By:
sloshed (2896 Reviews)
Added:
02-27-2012
Location:
Portland, Oregon - 50th Market
Type(s):
Bottle 
An interesting cross between a Belgian ale and ESB. As advertised, there is a banana flavor that is not overpowering and goes well with the toffee flavor. Good drinkability.



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