Muddy York Brewing Closes 2017 with Sokol Pilsner and Ward 5: Columbus Pale Ale

TORONTO, ON – Muddy York Brewing has announced the release of two new beers to celebrate the holiday season and the end of 2017.

Sokol Pilsner (4.8% abv, 30 IBU) and Ward 5: Columbus Pale Ale (5.6% abv, 30 IBU) are described as follows:

Sokolnice is a village nestled in the barley growing region of Moravia, Czech Republic. It is also the birthplace of our co-owner, Susan’s father. Her dad is not only a fan of the Pilsner style that the old-country is famous for, but he was also instrumental in inspiring and encouraging Jeff (Susan’s husband and co-owner/brewer at Muddy York) to start brewing his own beer a decade ago. Sokol Pilsner is a tribute to him. It is light bodied with spicy and herbal notes and provides a perfect showcase for the noble Saaz hop.

Ward 5: Columbus Pale Ale is the fifth entry in our growing Ward Series of single hop pale ales. We tweaked the recipe a bit on the recently re-released Ward 2: Centennial Pale Ale and this new beer follows that formula but substitutes Columbus for Centennial and shows what a difference a hop can make. This one is dank, dank, and dank. So, if you like Dank, this is your jam.

Both beers are available now in 500 ml bottles and on tap in the Muddy York taproom and retail store.

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