Hampton Brewing Launches in Southern New Brunswick

HAMPTON, NB – A new brewery planning to open in – and taking its name from – the town of Hampton in southern New Brunswick has entered the market via contract brewing while setting up a permanent home.

Hampton Brewing is currently producing its beer at Loyalist City Brewing in Saint John, and has launched with two hop-forward offerings.

Victory! Pale Ale (5.5% abv, 50 IBU) is described as follows:

A hoppy and smooth American Pale Ale that boosts a mix of citrus, tropical fruit and piney flavors and aroma from the healthy amounts Citra and Vic Secret hops added to the whirlpool addition and our two-stage dry hop. A blend of base and roasted malts provides a enough malt complexity to compliment the hops.

Crush Session IPA (4.6% abv, 50 IBU) has the following notes:

Our take on an American Session IPA that packs a ton of flavor and aroma for a low ABV beer. Brewed with Centennial and Mosaic hops, this beer has intense aromas of citrus, tropical and stone fruits with a hint of floral. It boasts a medium-light body and finishes crisp with a smooth mouthfeel and lasting fruit flavors.

Victory! and Crush are on tap now at select craft beer bars in New Brunswick. For more details, see the Hampton Brewing Facebook page.

Source: Atlantic Canada Beer Blog
Photo: Hampton Brewing Facebook page

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