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Thursday 2 July 2015

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Mumm releases Santana sparkler

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New operations chief for Absolut

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Savoy launches vintage Pimm’s menu

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Beck's forced to issue $50 refunds

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Top 10 wines in the UK press

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World's cheapest city for a beer revealed

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World's best beer and wine festivals

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Around the world in 80 cocktails

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Bilingual 'tool' demystifies wine tasting

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Brewers and suppliers tack on to craft

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Bar launches festival-themed cocktail list

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Top 10 wines in the US press

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Top 10 new craft beers

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Top 10 Fourth of July drinks

3rd July, 2013 by Andy Young

Beer – Red ale

Imperial RedIt’s quite complicated to offer a wide range of drinks that fit within the singular red, white and blue category in the way that a white wine sangria does. So the other way to get round that is to offer a group of drinks that fill the brief. For instance you can offer a red beer, a white beer and even a blue beer.

In terms of a red beer, go for a red, or amber, ale; this style of beer is very popular in the US, particularly among craft brewers. The Lagunitas Brewing Company produces an imperial red ale, as does Sierra Nevada, Ridgeway and the Alaskan Brewing Company. The leading US craft brewer, Samuel Adams, also offers an Irish Red ale, which would meet the ‘red’ criteria.

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