Brewery: Woodstock Inn Brewery
Red Rack Ale
A beer that can be enjoyed after a day of skiing. Whether that's water or snow is your choice.
Woodstock beers are consumable in quantity. Their Red Rack Ale is testament to that. Grabbed a variety pack and we polished off a few before we even got the rest on ice.
Woodstock Inn Brewery's Beer Description (on can)
This ale is a tall, cool drink of ... beer. Amber with malty sweetness, balanced by bright hop character. A brew like this comes along once in a lifetime. Until you open another one.
Hops & Malts used in the Red Rack Ale brewing recipe
Final thoughts on Red Rack Ale
Woodstock's Red Rack ale is a fine companion for summer grill operation. It's also a great beer for beer brats. The pace of one's beverage intake accelerates when holding tongs and a metal spatula, so it's best to lean on the (somewhat) low ABV of the Red Rack. Otherwise, a couple of Triple Sunshine's from Lawson's might lead to some unwanted grease fires.