Flying Monkeys Live Transmission Milkshake IPA Heading to LCBO
On February 19, 2018 At 10:00 am
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Live Transmission Milkshake IPA (6.3% abv) is a well-hopped ale brewed with lactose sugar, grapefruit, orange peel, and coconut white tea.
According to a Facebook video posted by Flying Monkeys last Friday, the first batch of Live Transmission came off the canning line just before 9:00 AM that morning, and was available at the Big Bay Point LCBO in Barrie before 5:00 PM the same day.
It’s also available at the Flying Monkeys retail store, and will be on the shelves at LCBO locations throughout Ontario by March 1st, retailing for $3.25 per 473 ml can.
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