Brewhouse Rocket Science Red

Brewed by The Brewhouse

Irish Red Ale5.9% ABV

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An easy-drinking pint that balances toffee and caramel sweetness with a roasted dry finish.
Deep amber colored ale, dry hopped and unfiltered with a perfect balance of pale and crystal malts along with Comet hops from the Pacific Northwest.


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Available near Ann Arbor, Michigan

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