Nonsuch Brewing Releases Mango Kettle Sour and Dry-Hopped Blonde

WINNIPEG, MB – Nonsuch Brewing has announced the release of two new limited edition beers:

Mango Kettle Sour (5.7% abv) is described as follows:

If you’ve been hesitant to ride the wave of sour beers, this fruity, refreshing, hazy, kettle sour is the perfect jumping off point. Grab your favourite glass and head outside to pour this hazy yellow beer. As the condensation beads on your glass, you’ll notice sour aromas of mango and citrus followed by light bread notes. On the palate, expect mango and a blend of tropical fruit flavours in a sour citrus base with a subtle wheat background. The mango and oats create a mouthfeel that’s both creamy and sour.

Dry-Hopped Blonde (7% abv) has the following notes:

This beer is a variation of our flagship Belgian Blonde infused with additional Amarillo and Barbe Rouge hops. The result is hoppy, balanced, and a must-try for fans of the original. Pick up a few cans of Belgian Blonde and Dry-Hopped Blonde to do your own taste test and see how dry-hopping influences the profile.

Both beers will be available starting today in the Nonsuch taproom, retail store, and online shop.

Source & Photos: Nonsuch Brewing mailing list

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