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Russian River Framboise for a Cure Returns Today

Framboise-for-a-CureRussian River is ready to get Hopped Up for the Cure this month, kicking off the fund-raising festivities with the annual release of Framboise for a Cure beginning today at the brewpub in Santa Rosa. Bottles and draft both drop this morning (with just a few people in attendance, I’m sure) and will continue to be on sale each day for the next 2 weeks. Similar to how the brewery now handles Pliny the Younger, Framboise for a Cure has been allocated across each day to ensure everyone has a shot to land bottles/draft over the 2 week period.

The details:

  • $18 per 375mL bottle
  • Limit 4 bottles per person, per day
  • Bottles will be on sale each day when the brewpub opens at 11am
  • No growler fills

Commercial description:

Blonde Ale aged in Chardonnay barrels with brett, lacto, and pedio (base beer is Temptation). This sour barrel-aged blonde ale has 31 pounds per barrel of fresh raspberries to make a beautiful reddish/pink beer! Nicely balanced with sweet raspberry and tartness. This beer is made only once a year in conjunction with our month-long fundraiser for the Sutter Breast Care Services of Santa Rosa during Breast Cancer Awareness Month! 100% of the proceeds of this beer will be used to help men and women in our community in their fight against breast cancer! 6.5% ABV

Russian River Brewing Company is located at 725 4th Street in Santa Rosa, CA.

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