Samuel Smith

Organic Raspberry Ale

A dramatic fruit beer with an intense, mouth-watering fruit character derived from the natural acidity of organic raspberries. Slow, complex fermentation lends structure and depth to this special fruit beer. Smooth body, finishes dry, with a soft raspberry note.

Style
aromatic organic fruit ale Rich
Stats
ABV: 5.1% - OG: 1.065 - IBU: 11
Ingredients
Water, organic barley malt, organic wheat malt, organic raspberry juice, organic sugar, organic natural raspberry aroma, organic hops, yeast.
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History

Samuel Smith’s Organic Fruit Beers are brewed and fermented at Melbourn Bros. Brewery in Stamford; then blended, conditioned and packaged at Samuel Smith’s Old Brewery in Tadcaster. Raspberry Ale is Certified Organic by the USDA-accredited UK Soil Association.

While there are older breweries in England, it would be safe to say that few breweries are so little changed as this gem at Stamford, which has stood in the center of the beautifully preserved market community since 1825. From the antique grist mill to the ancient copper vessels, Melbourn Bros. remains today, a working brewery which blends the traditions of the ancient craft with that of the early industrial revolution. Closed in the 1970s, restoration with respect for the historical brewing equipment was begun by Samuel Smith’s in the 1990s.

Serving Suggestion

Classic roast turkey and stuffing; chicken brochettes; meat or cheese fondue; or spinach salad. Try with fruit salad at brunch.

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Stats and Nutrition

Product Sizes and Quantities
18.7 ounce (550 ml) "Victorian Pint" bottles/ 12 per case
Stats
ABV: 5.1% - OG: 1.065 - IBU: 11
Ingredients: Water, organic barley malt, organic wheat malt, organic raspberry juice, organic sugar, organic natural raspberry aroma, organic hops, yeast.
Nutritional Info
Serving Size - 12 oz. (355 ml). Calories: 250; Total Fat 0 g (0% Daily Value); Sodium 19 mg 1% DV); Total Carbohydrates 31 g (10% DV); Sugars 12.8 g; Protein 2 g (4% DV). (Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie daily diet.)

Accolades

Platinum Medal - "Superlative"
World Beer Championships
2011
First place, fruit beer category
US Open Beer Championship
2010