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  • Megan Sarver

    Goose Island Lolita - bottled 11/12/11 Brewer's Notes: Lolita is a pink rose colored Belgian style pale ale fermented with wild yeast and aged on raspberries in wine barrels. Aromas of fresh raspberries, bright jammy fruit flavors and crisp, refreshing body make Lolita ideal for beer drinkers fond of Belgian Framboise. Recipe Information: Style: Belgian Style Pale Ale Alcohol by Volume: 7.0% International Bitterness Units: 32 Color: Pink Rose Hops: Super Styrian, Styrian Goldings, Saaz Malt: 2-Row, Caramel, Sugar

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