Creemore Springs Brewery Releases Pale Wheat Ale as Summer Seasonal
On May 23, 2018 At 1:30 pm
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CREEMORE, ON – Creemore Springs Brewery has announced the release of a new summer seasonal beer, as well as initial details of two future seasonal releases.
Pale Wheat (4.5% abv) is a North American style wheat ale described as follows:
Pale yellow in colour and left unfiltered, and low ABV, the style offers an easy drinking, light and refreshing ale. The new Creemore Springs Pale Wheat features a bright citrus, refreshingly tart taste with a mild tropical fruit aroma and a lingering hop character in the finish.
Creemore Springs Pale Wheat is available now in 473 ml cans at the Creemore Springs retail store in Creemore, BATCH retail store in Toronto, and LCBO locations throughout Ontario. It’s also featured along with Premium Lager and Lot 9 Pilsner in the latest edition of the Creemore Collection mixed six-pack at select LCBO stores.
Following Pale Wheat in the new seasonal series from Creemore Springs will be Whole-Hopped Lager, “a fresh lager brewed with whole leaf noble hops which impart a hint of citrus and spice” that will be available this autumn; and Session IPA, a winter release that will be “lower in alcohol with all the same characteristics and flavour of a traditional IPA.”
These three new beers will replace the brewery’s previous seasonal line-up of Kellerbier, Altbier, and urBock.
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