San Diego, California – AleSmith Brewing Company is in full Halloween with Evil Dead Red Ale and the return of the haunted maze, Fright Nights. Evil Dead Red is a seasonal Hoppy American red beer that is available for the first time in 16oz cans.
Back from the dead and blood red in color, this hoppy red beer has an intense aroma of pine and citrus from an abundance of American hops balancing the sweetness and rich bread flavors of the caramel malts in this beer. The result is a devilishly sweet 6.66% ABV brew that will have your taste buds screaming with delight.
In addition to the return of Evil Dead Red, AleSmith Brewing is hosting Fright Nights, a behind-the-scenes haunted brewery maze in partnership with Scareventures. This haunted maze will be available every weekend in October. General admission and designated driver tickets are available for Fright Nights on Eventbrite. Get tickets here.
Evil Dead Red Ale is available now at select bars, retailers and the AleSmith Tasting Room in San Diego. Order online directly from AleSmith (delivery available throughout California) or find the retailer nearest you by visiting AleSmith’s Beer Finder.
About AleSmith Brewery:
Forged in 1995, AleSmith has been recognized by consumers and critics as one of the world’s leading craft brewing companies, with accolades that include winning medals at prestigious national and international beer competitions. In addition to being well-established in its hometown of San Diego, AleSmith was recognized by the RateBeer community as one of the top 10 breweries in the country in 2019 and 2020. The brewery is also a three-time winner of the Champion Brewery Award at the San Diego International Beer Competition, where he received a gold medal in 2019 for Nut Brown English Brown Ale. Further recognition for individual beers includes a 2016 gold medal for Old Numbskull and a 2022 gold medal for Wee Heavy at the World Beer Cup. AleSmith occupies a 109,942 square foot facility with a state-of-the-art brewery. AleSmith’s line of acclaimed beers includes Speedway Stout, Nut Brown Ale and San Diego Pale Ale .394, distributed in 21 US states and nine countries.
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