Rodenbach Brewery, makers of sour beers in the traditional Flanders red style, have announced Rodenbach Fruitage.
This beer gets its name from aged-old brewing techniques, the company says, combined with fruit infusions. It’s comprised of 25% aged Rodenbach (two-year matured beer from oak standing Foeders) blended with 75% young Rodenbach ale, with added fruit of cherries and elderberries.
Rodenbach Fruitage has an ABV of 4.2%, and marks the first time that Rodenbach will appear in the U.S. in cans. It’s available in 4-packs of 8.5-oz. cans for a suggested retail price of $6.99 per pack.
Shipping begins in April, 2017 and the beer will be on store shelves in late May, 2017.
Since 1821, Rodenbach Brewery has operated in Roeselare, Belgium. Its beers are imported by Latis Imports, the U.S. Division of Bavaria, N.V.