Brick Adds IPA to Rebranded Waterloo Line-Up
On April 16, 2012 At 10:00 am
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WATERLOO, ON – Brick Brewery is planning some changes for its Waterloo family of beers, including a new look for the brands, and the addition of a new beer to the line-up.
The new brew, Waterloo IPA, is described as follows in a release provided by Brick:
At 5.2% alc. Waterloo IPA is brewed in the traditional English IPA style. Brewed with roasted malts and European and American hops delivers the body and bitterness you’d expect from an authentic India Pale Ale.
Getting a new can design is Waterloo Amber, a lager introduced last fall as a seasonal release, but now upgraded to year-round:
Waterloo Premium Amber Lager is brewed with all-natural spring water, a special blend of five distinct malts and is brewed with hops from the renowned Hallertau region in Bavaria The beer is then aged with Northern White Oak giving it a distinct aroma and taste.
Also getting a visual overhaul is Waterloo Dark, a beer that has been part of the Brick portfolio for many years:
A dark beer that is slowly brewed with Canadian grown malted barley, specialty coloured malts, imported hops and pure cultured brewers yeast, Waterloo Dark is for the beer drinker who likes a dark craft brewed beer without the filling heaviness.
Waterloo IPA and the new cans of Amber and Dark will be available at select LCBO locations later this month.