New brews from Goose Island

NEW YORK — Anheuser-Busch InBev’s craft label Goose Island introduced several new brews. Madame Rose, part of a barrel-aged line that includes Halia, Gillian, Sofie, Juliet and Lolita, is a Belgian-style sour ale that is aged in cabernet barrels with wild yeast and fresh tart Michigan cherries.

Goose Island also expanded its “312 Urban” line with new 312 Urban Pale Ale. The brew is a complement to 312 Urban Wheat Ale, the brand’s flagship beer. 312 Urban Pale Ale is Goose Island’s first year-round, national offering within the popular Pale Ale craft beer segment.

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