Full Sail Brewing Releases Exit 63 Blonde Ale in Cans

Take Exit 63, the Road to Ridiculously Tasty Beer

Your sunshine at the end of a long, cold winter has arrived

Hood River, Oregon – April 11, 2017 – The perfect blonde is from Hood River. Approachable and easygoing, Full Sail’s new Exit 63 Blonde Ale is 100% real. Full Sail has been sustainably brewing authentic craft beer using locally sourced ingredients since 1987, and Exit 63 Blonde Ale – in sunny, take-anywhere cans – is no exception.

“Exit 63 is a celebration of this place we call home,” says Full Sail Brewmaster Jim Kelter. “From our brewery just off Exit 63 in Hood River, OR, comes this easy drinking Blonde Ale brewed with pale rye malt, Northwest grown barley, and Cascade, Mt. Hood, and Glacier hops.”
Inspired by that sense of place, Exit 63 is brewed with water from glacier-fed springs off the slopes of Mt. Hood, and Northwest-grown barley and hops from the fields of Yakima and Willamette valleys. Golden blonde in the glass and smooth on the palate, this ale evokes the brighter and warmer days of summer. Subtle notes of spice and a light body define this easy-drinking beer.

Light and refreshing but never boring, this American blonde is like sunshine in a can whatever the weather. Exit 63 Blonde Ale is available year-round in aluminum, 12 oz. cans in 6-packs, 12-packs and on draft. 5% ABV, 16 IBUs.

About Full Sail Brewing Company
Perched on a bluff in Hood River, Oregon, overlooking the mighty Columbia River’s epic wind and kite surfing and the snow-capped volcanic peak of Mt. Hood, Full Sail is a true craft-brewing pioneer. Since 1987, Full Sail has been pouring pure Mt. Hood water, local ingredients and responsible processes into each and every pint. Full Sail’s brews and sustainable practices have garnered more than 300 national and international awards, including 150 gold medals and Beverage World’s “Craft Brewer of the Year” distinction. From Full Sail Amber and IPA to Session Lager and bourbon barrel-aged beers, Full Sail consistently strives to brew complex, balanced and ridiculously tasty beers. Learn more at www.fullsailbrewing.com.

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