The Redhook Ale Brewery is a beer brewery operating out of Seattle, Washington, United States. It was founded in Seattle in 1981 by Paul Shipman and Gordon Bowker, and is currently owned by Tilray.[3] Its flagship brewery, the Redhook Brewlab, is located in the Pike Motorworks Building in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood.[4] Redhook also operated a location in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, from the 1990s until June 2018, when it was rebranded under Cisco Brewers from Nantucket, Massachusetts.[5]

Redhook Ale Brewery
Location714 E Pike Street
Seattle, Washington, U.S.[1]
Coordinates47°36′51.8″N 122°19′21.8″W / 47.614389°N 122.322722°W / 47.614389; -122.322722
Opened1981; 42 years ago (1981)
Annual production volume216,900 US beer barrels (254,500 hL) in 2013[2]
Owned byTilray
Active beers
Name Type
Redhook ESB Extra Special Bitter
Long Hammer IPA India Pale Ale
Big Ballard Imperial IPA (West Coast) Imperial IPA
Bicoastal IPA India Pale Ale
Seasonal beers
Name Type
Tangelic Halo Tangerine IPA (Summer) India Pale Ale
My Oh My Caramel Macchiato Milk Stout (Spring) Milk Stout
Winterhook (Winter) Winter Warmer

Beers edit

Samples of Redhook beers in 2008

Redhook currently produces several styles of beer marketed under distinct brand names. The brewery's flagship brand is Redhook ESB (5.8% ABV); its other beers include Long Hammer IPA (6.2% ABV), Big Ballard Imperial IPA (8.6% ABV), Bicoastal IPA (7.1% ABV), and also various seasonal offerings: My Oh My Caramel Macchiato Milk Stout (Spring - 5.5% ABV), Tangelic Halo Tangerine IPA (Summer - 6.2% ABV), Winterhook (Fall/Winter - ABV varies year to year).

Redhook distributes its products through a network of wholesale distributors, Craft Brew Alliance Inc, and a distribution agreement with Anheuser-Busch InBev, Incorporated (which owns Craft Brew Alliance).[6] As of March 2008, the brewery distributed its products in 48 U.S. states. Anheuser-Busch sold Redhook Ale Brewery to Tilray on 8 August, 2023.[7]

References edit

  1. ^ "Redhook Brewlab, WA | Near you Top Rated".
  2. ^ "Craft Brew Alliance 2013 Annual Report". Retrieved 1 June 2014.
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  4. ^ "Redhook Brewlab".
  5. ^ Dandurant, Karen (June 15, 2018). "Redhook being replaced by Cisco Brewers at Pease". Archived from the original on 2021-04-18. Retrieved 2018-10-11.
  6. ^ "CRAFT BREWERS ALLIANCE, INC. FORM 10-K". US SEC. p. 18. As of December 31, 2010, A-B owns approximately 32.2% of our outstanding common stock and, under the Exchange Agreement, has the right to appoint two designees to our board of directors and to observe the conduct of all standing board committees.
  7. ^ Jacob, Denny. "Anheuser-Busch Selling Shock Top, Blue Point to Cannabis Company Tilray". The Wall Street Journal. Retrieved 16 August 2023.

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