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sinkas
09/23/08 06:59 AM  
Belgian ale using Red beets to colour
Hi all,

Ages ago I recall an american commercial craftbrewer on the brewing network talking about a belgian style ale which they were using red beets to colour it, I thought it was called "the rose" but can't find any info in the usual places,

Does anyone know what I am talking about?

petec
09/23/08 11:31 AM  
Re: Belgian ale using Red beets to colour
Hair of the Dog up in Portland uses the beets and I think the beer is "rose". Beets and hibiscus flowers or rose hips or something like that.

The beer is very red. petec

sinkas
09/23/08 11:05 PM  
Re: Belgian ale using Red beets to colour
Hi there thanks for that,

Accoring to thier commencial description looks like they have changed it to a standard Triple,

Ill send them an email and see if they have anything to say.

 
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