Great Lakes Devil’s Pale Ale Returning for 10th Anniversary

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TORONTO, ONWhat’s Brewin’ reports that Great Lakes Brewery will be bringing back a popular retired brand to mark its 10th anniversary.

Devil’s Pale Ale was debuted at the 2006 edition of Toronto’s Festival of Beer at a time when Great Lakes was best known for its more mainstream lager brands, and it proved to be so popular that it became a year-round beer available in 473 ml cans and on draught across the province.

The brand was discontinued just over a year ago, but it will be returning soon for an anniversary run. While full details of the release are still to be confirmed by Great Lakes, the article indicates that it will be available exclusively at the brewery retail store and taproom, and on tap at select licensees, while supplies last.

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