A Rosé by any other name: Rosé Our Way is back
Rosé Our Way, a beer specifically brewed to mimic the flavors—and appearance—of Rosé wine, returns this week. Is this the beer that’ll end the “beer vs. wine” debate forever?
“Rosé Our Way is our attempt to bring an end to the ‘beer or wine’ debate we see happening at dinner tables nationwide every night,” says Andy Ingram, Four Peaks’ co-founder and head brewer. “Some people prefer beer with dinner. Some people prefer wine. So we said, ‘Why not both?’”
To achieve a wine-like flavor, our brewers designed Rosé Our Way with Mosaic, Hallertau Blanc and Southern Passion hops, which are known to exhibit berry, melon, and grape flavors similar to those found in Rosé wine. They then added cranberry juice for a hint of tartness and an alluring blush of color.
“It really captures that bright, fruity flavor of Rosé, but with its high carbonation, it’s an even more refreshing drink for spring,” Ingram says.
Another advantage Rosé Our Way has over its namesake wine: The beer is relatively low in carbohydrates, at just 5 grams per 12-ounce bottle.
Rosé Our Way is available now in bottled six-packs throughout Arizona as well as in select parts of California, Nevada, and New Mexico. A spring seasonal, it’ll be available until early summer. Fans can check availability near them using our Beer Finder.