Big Spruce Releases Cross-Country Collaboration With Crannóg Ales

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NYANZA, NS – The Atlantic Canada Beer Blog reports that Cape Breton’s Big Spruce Brewing has released a new one-off beer created in collaboration with BC’s Crannóg Ales.

Left Breton Organic Conspiracy Imperial IPA was brewed last month when Crannóg’s Brian MacIsaac and Rebecca Kneen visited the Big Spruce brewhouse, bringing with them some Galena and Cascade hops from their organic brewery farm, which were used along with Centennial and Willamette hops grown on Big Spruce’s Breton Fields farm.

The resulting beer is a 7.4% abv and 81 IBU ale that is available while supplies last at the Big Spruce retail store and the Cape Breton Farmers’ Market in Sydney, NS.

Crannóg is also planning to brew a version for release in British Columbia, although details for that are still pending.

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