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Ramskeller Brewery produces first ale for CSU Homecoming

The Ramskeller Brewery has reached another milestone with their first batch of brew, the Homecoming Ale-umni Golden Ale.

The ale will be on tap starting Oct. 12 at noon. 

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“The CSU Ramskeller Brewery’s Homecoming ‘Ale-umni’ Golden Ale combines the inviting and complex aromas of classic top fermented ale with the smooth, crisp drinkability of a lager,” brewers from the CSU fermentation science and technology program announced in a press release. “Subtle pear and delicate tropical fruit notes combine with a clean malt flavor and a light floral hop aroma. Overall, this brew is approachable and balanced, always inviting another sip.”

Homecoming Ale-umni Golden Ale at a glance:

Color-Light Golden Color

Aroma-Light pear, delicate fruits with floral notes

Flavor-Balanced malt and hop character, smooth with clean finish

ABV-5.6%

IBU-21

Malt-Locally grown & malted Pils, Munich, and Wheat

Hops-Nugget, Hallertau Mittelfruh, and Tettnang

The ale was crafted with locally grown barley and malted by a fifth generation family farm in Loveland.

Sarah Ehrlich can be reached at entertainment@collegian.com and on Twitter @sarahehrlich96. 

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