VANCOUVER, BC – House of Funk Brewing has announced the release of a beer brewed in collaboration with Studio Brewing and 33 Brewing Experiment especially for Vancouver Craft Beer Week, which returns from COVID hiatus this year as the VCBW Craft Beer & Music Festival.
VCBW 22 Collab Brew (5% abv):
This hoppy saison was brewed with Canadian Malt, a French Saison yeast strain, and hopped with Galaxy, Topaz and Nelson Sauvin. VCBW festival goers and craft beer fans can expect a dry and supremely crushable saison with punchy notes of citrus, tropical fruit, white wine, and a delicate spice complexity.
Other partners involved in the beer and its packaging include Escarpment Laboratories, Summit Labels, Vessel Packaging, Country Malt, and Hops Connect Canada. Partial proceeds will to go Music Heals, an organization that “raises awareness and funds to increase access to music therapy for vulnerable Canadians.”
VCBW 22 Collab Brew is available now at the House of Funk taproom and online store, and select licensees. It will also be available at the VCBW Festival taking place this weekend (July 9th and 10th) at the PNE Fairgrounds.
Source & Photo: BC Ale Trail