Tin Roof’s Turnrow is going year round

Tin Roof released their newest fall seasonal, Turnrow Harvest Ale, in early September, and the response has been huge. So huge in fact, that today Tin Roof announced that Turnrow will join their other flagships in being produced year round.

Read the entire press release below:


BATON ROUGE, LA – Tin Roof Brewing Company announces Turnrow Coriander Ale will join the year round line up.  Turnrow, an ale brewed with fresh ground coriander, was released in early September in cans and on draft to an overwhelming response.

“Turnrow is a great addition to our existing lineup of delicious year round beers,” co-founder William McGehee said.  “The combination of malts, hops, and coriander creates a crisp taste that allows this flagship to be enjoyed anytime of year.  The coriander provides just the right amount of citrus spice to balance this refreshing brew.”

The beer’s stats are: 20 IBU’s, 5.5% ABV, 2 Row and White Wheat malts, Magnum and Styrian Golding hops.

The recipe pays homage to the brewery’s close friend, Charlie Milan, a staple in the local homebrew scene.  “Charlie’s had this recipe for a while now and it’s always been a festival favorite,” Tom Daigrepont, Tin Roof’s brewmaster, said.  “This beer is the perfect fit for our year round lineup.”

Tin Roof Brewing Co. was founded in 2010 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  Tin Roof beers can be found throughout Louisiana and Mississippi in cans and on draft.  Tin Roof recently opened a tap room at the facility located at 1624 Wyoming St. in Baton Rouge.  For more information about our beers, brewery and tap room, please visit www.tinroofbeer.com, Facebook, or on twitter and Instragram at tinroofbeer.



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