Orlando Brewing to tap Red Riveter – the organic brewery’s newest Babes’ Brew Series beer – at 1pm on March 21st in their Downtown South taproom.
Rosie the Riveter is a cultural icon, a representation of the WWII era women who stepped into the boots left vacant by deployed American soldiers. Times have changed, but the spirit of Rosie lives on in the Babes’ Brew Series at Orlando Brewing. Quarterly, the Central Florida company’s seven female employees take on the tasks most often completed by the males of Orlando Brewing. The brewery babes draft, craft, filter, label, bottle & keg their brewtiful creations.
Red Riveter is the 4th Babes’ Brew in the series, and a tribute to all things bold yet soft. Red Riveter is a classic American Red ale with rose hips and lavender. The organic herbs were infused to impart light floral and herbal characteristics, and were sourced from local Orlando organics provider, Good Life To Go. Red Riveter is projected to have a 5.7% ABV and 31 IBUs.
About Orlando Brewing
Orlando Brewing is the only USDA certified organic brewery south of Vermont and east of Colorado, and was the first brewery to be declared “Fresh From Florida” by the Florida State Department of Agriculture. They have been providing Central Florida with fresh, organic handcrafted microbrew since 2006. Free brewery tours are available six days a week at 6pm, and free original live music starts at 9pm every Friday and Saturday night. Orlando Brewing’s taproom sports over 20 taps and is family (and dog) friendly. For more information about Orlando Brewing, please visit: www.orlandobrewing.com.