TORONTO, ON – Muddy York Brewing has announced the release of a pair of beers that commemorate the true meaning of Cinco de Mayo.
As the brewery explains:
Cinco de Mayo celebrates Mexico’s 1862 triumph over Napoleon’s forces in the Battle of Puebla. It is not, as many believe, Mexico’s Independence Day. Fast forward 156 years, and here at the Muddy York Brewing Co., we’re sticking it to Napoleon one more time with the release of two beers.
Cervisia Saison with Guava (5.8% abv, 25 IBU) is a brand new beer that is described as follows:
Reimagining the Battle of Puebla, this classic European beer is deliciously attacked by a native Mexican fruit, but this time, everybody wins. Lightly funky, super fruity, and easy drinking as the day is long.
Storm Glass IPA (7% abv, 40 IBU) is a returning favourite, with the following notes:
Our juicy, tropical New England style IPA, it’s big and hoppy, but thoroughly balanced and ridiculously drinkable.
Both beers are available now on tap and in 355 ml cans at the Muddy York taproom and retail store. They’ll also be pouring during Muddy York’s Cinco de Mayo party taking place at the brewery tomorrow from 12:00 noon to 5:00 PM, and featuring a piñata, Mariachi music, Micheladas, and tacos by Craft Beer Market.