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Rabbit Hole Brewing Releases Tweedle Yum

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Rabbit Hole’s Tweedleyum, a Hefeweizen made with strawberries, combines the natural banana esters derived from an authentic German Hefeweizen yeast with 100% natural strawberry puree to create a slightly sweet, easy drinking fruit beer. The refreshing nature of the fruit combinations in this new seasonal promises to be something on which even Tweedledum and Tweedledee can agree.   Continue reading

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Down The Rabbit Hole: New Red Ale Is Distinctive, Food-Friendly

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Rabbit Hole Brewing, the feisty startup craft brewer out of Justin, TX announced “Off With Your Red” (7.7%/88IBUs), their entrant in the emerging and popular ‘red ale’ category. OWYR goes (foaming) head-to-head with beers like Peticolas Brewing Company’s Velvet Hammer (9/85) and Four Corners brewing Company’s Roja’s Red (6.2/35).

I was fortunate to try it at a recent media event at State & Allen Kitchen+Bar in Uptown. It is a powerful and brightly hopped beer that paired harmoniously with chef Rhett Dukes’ revelatory Country Lentil Cassoulet, Rabbit, Lamb, Duck (one of the best dishes I have eaten in Dallas this year). OWYR is also good straight if you like red ale but yearn for the hit of an IPA.   Continue reading

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