Great South Bay Brewery Robert Moses Blood Orange Pale Ale Release, Description (04/05)


Great South Bay Brewery
2309 Union Boulevard
Bay Shore, NY 11706
(631) 392 – 8472

Great South Bay Brewery releases Robert Moses Blood Orange Pale Ale, a 5.00% ABV, blood orange-enhanced version of Robert Moses Pale Ale, on April 05 (3:00PM).

Previously available “in one-off cask format for special events,” according to Phil Ebel, director of sales and operations, Robert Moses Blood Orange Pale Ale is the sixth release from the Bay Shore-based brewery’s Tasting Room Exclusive Brew Series.

Description of Robert Moses Blood Orange Pale Ale:

Remember back to the first time you ventured across the Great South Bay via the Robert Moses Causeway on your way to the beach? Well, we’ve captured that feeling in our Robert Moses Pale Ale! This well-balanced, sessionable American-style pale ale will keep you refreshed all year round. Whether you’re fishing on your boat, sitting around a campfire, or relaxing in your back yard, the fresh aroma of American hops paired with the crisp taste of the pale malts will bring you back every time. We’ve taken the Robert Moses Pale Ale that you’ve come to enjoy and took it to the next level with the addition of blood oranges to give it a slightly more citrus character with just the right amount of bitterness you’d expect from an American-style pale ale.

Style: American-Style Pale Ale with Blood Orange Added
Color: 9 SRM
ABV: 5.00%
Bitterness: 37 IBU
Hops: Amarillo, Cascade
Grains: North American 2-Row Pale Malt, Crystal Malt
Pairing: Mahi-Mahi Fish Tacos with Sriracha and White Cabbage Slaw

Tasting Room Exclusive Brew Series

Goofy Foot Milk Stout :: February 2
Snozberry Stout :: February 9
Chipotle Porter :: March 01
Sandpiper Irish Ale :: March 8
Bier Mussels Belgian IPA :: March 15
Robert Moses Blood Orange Pale Ale :: April 05

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Niko Krommydas has written for Tasting Table, BeerAdvocate, Munchies, and First We Feast. He is editor of Craft Beer New York, an app for the iPhone, and a columnist for Yankee Brew News. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.