Triple Dry-Hopped Lager Collaboration Brew Released for BC Craft Beer Month
On October 3, 2018 At 4:15 pm
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VICTORIA, BC – A beer brewed with input and assistance from many members of British Columbia’s craft beer industry has been released to mark the 2018 edition of BC Craft Beer Month.
Triple Dry-Hopped Lager Collaboration Brew (5.2% abv) was conceived by the BC Craft Brewers Guild and brewed at Phillips Brewing, with cooperation from BREWHALL on the recipe and brewing, and labeling and packaging contributions from West Coast Canning and IMS.
The beer is described as follows:
This hoppy lager delivers big hop flavours and aromas without being overly bitter. Triple dry-hopped over an extensive cold lagering period, passionfruit, grapefruit and tropical fruit aromas erupt from the can, while subtle notes of wheat and lightly toasted malts play quietly in the background. This perfectly balanced. crisp and refreshing beer is a light and highly drinkable spin on a lager.
Triple Dry-Hopped Lager is available on tap at at BREWHALL, Tap & Barrel, and TAPshack, and in 473 ml cans at Phillips and select private and government liquor stores in the province. Partial proceeds from sales will be donated to the BC Hospitality Foundation in support of its scholarship program for brewing students.