Bandit Brewery Releases Juicebox Northeastern Pale Ale
On December 21, 2017 At 4:00 pm
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TORONTO, ON – Bandit Brewery has announced the release of a new beer that is “a perfect alternative for those who love the hoppiness of a West Coast style IPA but who prefer to hold out on some of its bitter finish.”
Juicebox Northeastern Pale Ale (5.7% abv) is a hazy and fruity ale with the following description:
Northeastern style Pale Ales are commonly brewed using Mosaic hops, but in the case of our new Juicebox, we opted to switch the hops for something slightly different and more unique. As our brewer Stephane tells us: “I’ve always been a fan of beers that lean more towards tropical flavours like lychee, so we knew that Motueka and Ekuanot would be the ideal hops for brewing Juicebox.” This particular beer style has a lot of room for a juicy flavour palette, so going for bold flavours was a clear choice from the beginning. It’s fair to say that after your very first sip of this Northeastern Pale Ale you will immediately be looking forward to the next; just like a child sipping out of their juice box during recess.
Juicebox is available now in the Bandit bottle shop and taproom.