TORONTO, ON – Burdock Brewery has announced the release of three session-friendly, sub-3.5% abv beers.
Burdock Best Bitter (3.4% abv):
BBB has reinvented itself as Best Bitter inspired beer with Nitro in the can! You might be asking, have we lost our minds? It’s possible. But this time of the year we want the cream and we want to live the dream – aka we want some maltier beers in the low abv (3.4%) spectrum that we can drink a few of. BBB delivers the creme-caramel with a satisfying bitter tickle. You know that we don’t make a lot of beers in this genre, but we’re very pleased with the way it’s turned out, and think you will be too.
April Stout (3% abv):
Do you like chocolate? Good. Do you like chestnuts roasting on an open fire? Good. Do you wish Niagara Falls was a cascade of pour over coffee? Good. If you answered yes to one or more of those questions, we have good reason to believe you will find that April is a delightful little stout!
Baby Sour (3% abv):
Baby Sour possesses a plethora of pithy pamplemousse pleasures, and delivers a delicate dose of pomelo possibilities to your palette. Dry-hopped with Citra and Simcoe, this is Nula’s baby cousin: a bright and juicy sour beer with an oversized citrus nose. Baby Sour is a ray of sunshine, a surprise splash, an unexpected lemon squeeze – and at 3% abv, you can enjoy one and continue to work dutifully on your daily wordle.
All three beers are available now at the Burdock retail store and online shop.
Source & Photos: Burdock Brewery