Grand Teton Brewing Rebrands Teton Ale as Amber Ale
(VICTOR, ID) – Grand Teton Brewing, known throughout the West for their exceptional craft brews, is proud to introduce Amber Ale, the rebrand of their signature brew, Teton Ale.
Amber Ale, formerly labeled and known as Teton Ale, was originally brewed in 1989. With a new brand name and new packaging, Amber Ale is the same great recipe as the original, with a fresh new look. Amber Ale, their longest standing Signature beer, is a full bodied, American-style amber with a rich copper color that comes from the roasted Amber and Munich malts. They use Cascade and Hallertauer Magnum hops to achieve a unique, fresh flavor and smooth finish that is long and complex on the palate. After all these years it’s still a brewery and regional favorite. A true beer drinker’s delight.
Original Gravity (Plato): 12.0°
International Bitterness Units: 20
Alcohol by Volume: 4.8%
Amber Ale is available year-round in cases of 12 oz. 6-packs and both 1/6 and 1/2 barrel kegs.
Grand Teton Brewing was founded in 1988 as the first modern “micro” brewery in the state of Wyoming. Their premium microbrews include the 13x gold-medal-winning Bitch Creek ESB, the 2009 Great American Beer Festival Gold Medal Winner Sweetgrass APA (American Pale Ale) and favorites of the Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks: Old Faithful Ale, Howling Wolf Weisse Bier and Amber Ale. From their production facility in Victor, Idaho, Grand Teton Brewing beers are hand-crafted from only the finest ingredients, including locally-grown grains and pure Teton mountain spring water. Grand Teton Brewing is a green company utilizing environmentally conscious and sustainable practices whenever possible. Grand Teton Brewing is also the inventor of the modern glass growler, which is estimated to save over one billion bottles and cans from entering the ecosystem every year. Discriminating beer drinkers can find their favorite Grand Teton Brewing brews on tap and in bottles throughout California, Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, North Dakota, South Carolina, South Dakota, eastern Washington, Wisconsin and Wyoming.