BEAUMONT, AB – A new brewing company that is “dedicated to sharing stories from Alberta’s past and present and celebrating the path to the future” has announced the release of its first beer.
Alberta Ale Works is a new off-shoot of Bespoke Craft Concepts, a beer sales and marketing company that also represents Calgary’s Buffalo 9 Brewing and Regina’s Rebellion Brewing.
Currently operating as a contract brewery, Alberta Ale Works has entered the market with Chinchaga Cream Ale (5.5% abv), an easy-drinking beer that takes its name from a massive forest fire that burned in Northern Alberta for several months in 1950, destroying between 1,400,000 and 1,700,000 hectares of forest and causing the “Great Smoke Pall” across North America and Europe.
Chinchaga Cream Ale will be available starting this week at beer retailers throughout Alberta. For more details, see the Alberta Ale Works website and Instagram page.
Source & Photo: Alberta Ale Works