Fruita, CO (April 13, 2016)- Hot Tomato Pizzeria and New Belgium Brewing are proud to re-introduce Perfect Day, a collaboration beer that the two businesses created last spring. Ross Koenigs, New Belgium’s pilot brewer, described the beer as “an American-style red with big, old hops aroma” featuring citrus, grapefruit, apricot and peach flavors. Jen Zeuner and Anne Keller, co-owners of Fruita’s Hot Tomato Pizzeria, love New Belgium Brewing Company, Hot Tomato is a big supporter of New Belgium Brewery, already carrying a variety of its beers on tap.
The original brew was created in March of 2015 and tapped at the Hot Tomato last spring. It went over so incredibly well that New Belgium Brewing re-created it and the Hot Tomato will have it their hands on April 26th, 2016.
The beer is officially called Hot Tomato Perfect Day American Red. It is a 6.5-percent ABV brew. Hot Tomato will host a tasting party on Tuesday, April 26th 2016, starting at 11 a.m. Giveaways — like a raffle for pizza for a year and a New Belgium cruiser bike — will be part of the fun. Entrance into the raffle will be limited to the first 100 customers, raffle will happen at 6 p.m. and patrons must be present to win. Beer will flow all day.
Last years Perfect Day video
About the Hot Tomato
The Hot Tomato is a funky, fun pizzeria located at 124 N. Mulberry St. in Downtown Fruita, CO. Hours Tues-Sat 11am-9pm
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