Game Changer Ale, a craft brew from Seattle’s Redhook Brewery, will be available across the U.S. beginning July 15. The pale ale will also be offered at Buffalo Wild Wings restaurants.
Game Changer was brewed with wings and sports fans in mind: It’s balanced with a blend of caramel malts and American-grown hops so that it can stand up to hot, spicy wings without overpowering the palate, the company says. And with an ABV of 4.6%, Redhook Game Changer is a sessionable beer so guests can enjoy more than one while watching a game or socializing.
“Wings and sports go hand-in-hand, and we know there is demand for a good, flavorful draught beer to complement the two,” said Andy Thomas, president at Craft Brew Alliance in a statement. “Redhook Game Changer was created for that purpose.”
Redhook has been making beer for 30 years, and currently operates breweries in Woodinville, WA, and Portsmouth, NH. In addition to Game Changer, Redhook’s brews include ESB, Long Hammer IPA, and Audible Ale.
Minneapolis-based Buffalo Wild Wings was founded in 1982. The sports bar chain operates 920 Buffalo Wild Wings locations across 49 states in the U.S., as well as in Canada.