Beau’s & Polaris Music Prize Bring Back Polaris Pale Ale
On July 14, 2017 At 10:00 am
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VANKLEEK HILL, ON – Beau’s All Natural Brewing has announced that a limited edition beer created last year in partnership with the Polaris Music Prize has returned for 2017, and once again “honours the artists and albums nominated for the annual prize, and offers a tip of the hat to the uniquely Canadian music award.”
Polaris Pale Ale is a 5% abv spruce ale described as follows:
Polaris Pale Ale is distinguished by the addition of wild-harvested spruce tips, and organic hops grown locally to the brewery, in nearby Québec. It pours a light orange with a frothy white head. The predominantly woodland aroma of spruce also offers subtle notes of citrusy hops. The flavour is mildly peppery, with zesty echoes of spruce. A medium malt backbone anchors, and the finish is clean and snappy.
This year’s release of Polaris Pale Ale is available now in the Beau’s retail store and taproom, and via the brewery’s BYOB delivery service. It will also be featured on LCBO growler stations in Ottawa and Toronto, on tap at select bars and restaurants, and will be pouring at the Polaris Music Prize gala taking place in Toronto on September 18th.