Howe Sound Brewing Releases Alpine Traverse New World Tripel and Second Date Collaboration with Backcountry and A-Frame

SQUAMISH, BC – Howe Sound Brewing has announced the release of its latest Belgian-inspired can-conditioned ale, as well as its second collaboration with fellow Squamish breweries Backcountry and A-Frame.

Alpine Traverse New World Tripel (8.6% abv) is described as follows:

Alpine Traverse pours a brilliant golden hue, with a pristine white head. It greets you with a floral bouquet, accompanied with aromas of pear, orange, and candied-lemon that intermingle with a honey-sweetness from the malt. It is dry, and lively, with a lingering spiciness.

Second Date Imperial Oatmeal Stout with Medjool Dates (10.1% abv) has the following notes:

Second Date pours an opaque black with a thick, dark brown head. It smells like a mocha, with chocolate taking the forefront, coffee, toffee & vanilla all layering in underneath. It is full & creamy, but also deceptively drinkable. The dark chocolate creeps to the back to the palate as the other flavours come out. The Medjool Dates bring out a dense fruitiness, as you detect additional aromas of figs, prunes, and a hint of dark cherry.

Both beers are available now at the Howe Sound brewpub and select private liquor stores, and can be ordered local delivery via the Howe Sound website.

Source & Photos: Howe Sound Brewing Facebook page

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