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Where Can I Buy Wild Blue Beer

ST. LOUIS(March 7, 2008) - Not suited for timid or reserved beer drinkers, Wild Blue's defining taste characteristic is its kick of natural blueberry flavor. The Blue Dawg Brewing team carefully selected a blend of hops and barley malt to ensure they complemented and balanced Wild Blue's dominant blueberry notes, resulting in a robust and aromatic beer with a refreshing, palate-cleansing finish.

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To showcase Wild Blue's reddish-purple color and slight pink head of foam and to allow its field-fresh blueberry aroma to escape to the nose, pour the beer into a glass with a larger rim. A traditional pilsner will do the trick; or for special occasions Vaughn suggests enjoying Wild Blue in a tulip-shaped glass. "A beer as distinct and unusual as Wild Blue deserves to be enjoyed in a special type of glass," said Vaughn.

The unconventional spirit of this beer is conveyed in every aspect, from its taste to its label that features a cheeky, playful bulldog kicking a blueberry, which visually represents Blue Dawg Brewing - a group within Anheuser-Busch, Inc. that is responsible for the beer's marketing, selling and advertising.

"We're focusing our efforts on getting Wild Blue in adults' hands at local food and film festivals and even fun events like pet parades, where dog lovers can get to know Wild Blue, with its feisty bulldog label," said Jeff Pierson, innovation manager, Wild Blue. "We aren't taking this beer down the traditional path. Wild Blue is going places we haven't been before, and we know having the beer at places where adults like to get together, socialize and try new things will be key."

Its fun, irreverent spirit is conveyed in every aspect of the beer, from the bottle label that features a bulldog kicking a blueberry to its full-bodied taste. Wild Blue is the perfect drink for adults who are thirsting for something new and will be available in sleek 12-ounce amber glass bottles. Please remember to always enjoy responsibly.

This is where my dilemma begins. This thing tastes nothing like beer, so I hated it. Like, ready to pour it down the drain hated it. But then I thought a moment, sat back and purged all thoughts of what a normal beer (fruit beer, lambic, or otherwise) should taste like. The next few sips I tried to remember not to think of this as a beer. Instead, I pictured myself drinking a nice cold bottle of soda that just happened to have alcohol in it. And to my amazement, it actually tasted better — not good, mind you, just better. As for the particulars of the taste it really does taste like a blueberry soda, complete with the fruit flavor (an extract probably) as well as massive sweetness.

Wild Blue beer is a fruit-style lager that has astounded beer lovers across the country. Produced by Anheuser-Busch, it is a fusion of blueberries, a variety of hops, and grains to create a spectacular fruity taste.

This beer is made with premium beer ingredients that include American and German Hallertau Hops, although they appear to be used in minimal quantities. This brew also contains cereal grains, blueberry syrup, and two-row and six-row barley malt. Aside from these, it also includes the regular yeast and water beer ingredients.

Wild Blue blueberry lager was first released to the American beer market in 2008. It is produced by Blue Dawg Brewing Company, a subsidiary of Anheuser-Busch. It is a fruit-style lager that consists of blueberries, hops, and cereal grains.

Cherry Blue is a Barrel-Aged Sour Ale that combines the traditional Belgian-style sour with California Cherries and Blueberries sourced from The Flower Fields in Carlsbad, CA. We ferment our golden ale for 12 months in Oak Barrels to produce tart flavors, fruity notes, and a funky character. We then add the cherries and blueberries and allow the fruit and beer to meld for an additional two months. The result is a gorgeous beer that has a deep violet color and has a slight wine characteristic on the nose that quickly gives way to a full-on cherry and blueberry assault.

Note: Chef Niemann makes this dressing with Wild Blue, a blueberry-infused lager that was introduced to the St. Louis-area market in December and will be nationally distributed this month. We tested this recipe using a Belgian raspberry lambic. Pair the salad with a fruit-infused beer. 041b061a72


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