Burgerville, a 40-unit quick-service chain based in Vancouver, Wash., has introduced an ale-battered albacore with summer slaw as its latest seasonal limited-time offer.
The fish is longline-caught off of the West Coast and rated green, the most environmentally sound choice, by the Marine Stewardship Council. It is processed locally by a Seattle company, and its batter is made with Full Sail Amber Ale from Full Sail Brewing in Hood River, Ore.
The summer slaw includes red and green cabbage, carrots and red onion. It is flavored with mint from a local farm and dried Oregon cranberries. The dressing is made by a supplier in Pendleton, Ore.
The albacore with summer slaw sells for $7.59. A portion of every sale will go to Doernbecher Children’s Hospital Foundation to support the Harold Schnitzer Diabetes Health Center at Oregon Health & Science University.
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