Strange Fellows Brewing Releases Kriek Lambic Style Ale for Fellowship Members

VANCOUVER, BC – Strange Fellows Brewing has announced details of the third beer to be released especially for members of the brewery’s Fellowship club for 2017.

Kriek Lambic Style Ale (6% abv) is described as follows:

A Kriek-inspired ale aged in oak barrels with Okanagan cherries is a style we have always adored and this is, we feel, an homage to a tradition that has inspired us for years. If you are familiar with the style, you will notice that our Kriek is a touch more sour than those examples from Belgian lambic producers Cantillon or Drie Fonteinen. When opening the bottle, you will be hit with aromas of vanilla, oak, and sweet cherries. The cherries we used impart a juicy fruit character, a touch of sweetness and cinnamon.

Bottles of Kriek are available now for Fellowship 2017 members to pick up at the Strange Fellows taproom and store. A single keg is also on tap for both members and non-members to try while it lasts.

Memberships to Fellowship 2017 – which includes 2 x 750 ml bottles of four special beers, including Kriek and the previously released Berliner Geist and Little Red One, along with other perks – are still available via the Strange Fellows website.

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