Left Field Releases Wrigley Oat Pale Ale, Brings Back Sunlight Park Saison
On April 4, 2016 At 11:30 am
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TORONTO, ON – Left Field Brewery has announced the release of a new beer that pays tribute to a loyal member of the brewery team, and the return of a popular spring and summer seasonal brand.
Wrigley Oat Pale Ale is a 5.5% abv ale named in honour of Wrigley, the Left Field brewery dog, and described as follows:
Wrigley Oat Pale Ale is a beer inspired by spring baseball. Bursting with juicy orange blossom, pine and a touch of light honey balanced with a full-bodied smooth oat creaminess, Wrigley leaves us longing for summer sipping in the outfield bleachers while reminding us that the lingering chill in the evening park air isn’t quite ready to leave.
Sunlight Park Saison is a 5.7% abv ale that is dedicated to an important part of Toronto’s baseball history:
This beer was created in honour of Toronto’s first professional baseball stadium. Built in 1886 in the East Toronto neighbourhood now known as Riverside, the all-wooden structure sat 2,250 fans and later became home to the city’s first International League championship. This tart and refreshing saison is brewed using malted wheat, honey malt and two kilograms of grapefruit zest in every batch.
Both beers are available now in the Left Field retail shop and taproom, with 50 cents from each sale of Wrigley being donated to an improvement fund at a local dog park.