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Blue Moon Brewing Company

February 24, 2011 12:00 ET

Blue Moon Brewing Co. Curing Spring Fever With Latest Seasonal

Inspired by the Season, Brewer Launches Blue Moon Spring Blonde Wheat Ale

DENVER, CO--(Marketwire - February 24, 2011) - As winter slowly melts away throughout much of the country, Blue Moon Brewing Co. is showing some of the first signs -- and tastes -- of spring. Blue Moon Spring Blonde Wheat Ale is the brewer's new spring seasonal, joining its recently revamped seasonal portfolio. 

The refreshing, golden-colored ale is brewed with orange and lemon peel for a crisp citrus finish. Just like Blue Moon Belgian White, the spring seasonal also includes a touch of wheat for a smooth, inviting taste.

"We definitely had spring fever when we were brewing Blue Moon Spring Blonde Wheat Ale, and I like to say it's like a splash of sunshine in your glass," said Blue Moon Brewing Company Brew Master Keith Villa. "This beer should be garnished with an orange to bring out its citrus notes, and it complements a wide variety of spring meals, including seafood, light salads, fruit dishes and grilled chicken or pork."

Brewed with white wheat, and featuring a slight floral aroma, Blue Moon Spring Blonde Wheat Ale has 5.4 percent Alcohol by Volume and 167 calories per 12-ounce serving. It is available nationally, while supplies last, through early April, and it retails for approximately $6.99 for a six-pack. 

More information about Blue Moon Spring Blonde Wheat Ale is available at www.Facebook.com/BlueMoon

About Blue Moon Brewing Company:
At Blue Moon Brewing Company everything we do flows from our artistic approach to brewing. We craft our beers with flavorful ingredients and wheat for an inviting taste and a smooth finish that is perfect for enjoying the moment with friends. It's been that way since we added our first flavorful twist back in 1995 in Denver, Colorado. And that's why we say our beer and everything we do is artfully crafted. More information is available at Facebook.com/BlueMoon.

Editor Note: The accompanying blackened pork chop recipe perfectly complements Blue Moon Spring Blonde Wheat Ale. For more recipes and imagery, contact Emily Strup at 312.377.4125

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