Portland, OR – This week, Laurelwood Brewing Co. released a new fruit forward beer just in time for the season change, Raspberry Wheat.
“Raspberry Wheat was brewed with spring in mind,” says Director of Brewing Operations, Ben Dobler. “We used locally grown red raspberries for a subtle tartness and Cascade hops to create the perfect citrusy balance, making this beer a great choice for spring.”
Since coming on to the Laurelwood team in late 2016, Dobler has created some creative and unique tasting beers. “We’re excited about our scheduled new releases throughout this year and think that consumers will be too,” says James Buxman, Director of Sales & Marketing.
The new release is part of Laurelwoods seasonal 22oz series and will be available between April and June. Find it on tap and in 22 oz. bottles at Laurelwood’s Portland pubs, located on 5115 NE Sandy Boulevard and 6716 SE Milwaukie Avenue, as well as in stores within Oregon and Washington.
About Laurelwood Brewing Co.:
Laurelwood is a family-owned brewery and public house in Portland, Oregon, founded in 2001 by Mike De Kalb and Cathy Woo-De Kalb. Laurelwood Brewing Co.’s award-winning line-up includes the popular Workhorse IPA and Free Range Red Ale. Laurelwood’s handcrafted brews can be found on draft, in bottles, and cans throughout Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Alaska, California, British Columbia, and Japan. To learn more, visit www.LaurelwoodBrewpub.com.