Oskar Blues & Whole Foods, Bon Appetit
We have two big & tasty things to report from Oskar Blues.
First, the new issue of Bon Appetit magazine has a feature showcasing the very best of what to eat, drink and buy in all 50 states. The acclaimed magazine’s choice for what to drink in Colorado? Dale’s Pale Ale.
Lovely! It’s a huge accolade for us, another big honor for our perception-smashing canned beers.
Get details here:
The United Plates of America/ p.80
Bon Appétit’s essential list of what to buy, eat and drink in every state.
The second bit of big news?
It combines our celebrated Scottish Ale with the wizardry of the company’s Rocky Mountain Bakehouse in Aurora. Each loaf of Old Chub Beer Bread is made with nearly a full can of Old Chub, in a wheaty sourdough base enhanced with a touch of honey and a hearty dose of sunflower seeds. The loaves are then rolled in the beechwood-smoked malts we use in Old Chub, then baked to glorious perfection. Andy Clark and his crew at the Bakehouse are now sending this delicious bread to Whole Foods stores across Colorado, and stores in New Mexico, Kansas and Utah.
The bread is found in the fresh bread racks in the bakery section of these stores. It sells for $3.99 and tastes like a million bucks. We’re psyched about our yeasty partnership with Whole Foods. Not to mention the glorious flavor of the bread and the bennies it delivers both of our quality obsessed companies.
Craving some equally tasty small-batch music? Get your fix at www.pastemagazine.com/dales in our Downlow’d Club.
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Oskar Blues Brewery