EDMONTON, AB – Blind Enthusiasm has announced the release of three new beers and a returning favourite for summer.
Resilient Lager (4.5% abv):
Resilient Lager is the product of a generous “Brewer for a Day” donation for the Stollery Children’s Hospital. The folks that were the honorary brewers wanted to make a crushable beer inspired by classic Ukrainian lagers. Bright, crisp, and floral, this beer acknowledges resilience of people everywhere. $1 from each can sold will be donated to the Stollery Children’s Hospital.
Lil’ Broski Dark Ale (3.7% abv):
Lil’ Broski celebrates our long relationship with the Glass Monkey, one of our favourite local restaurants. Of the many beers we’ve served there, Bro Dark Ale has been a particular fan favourite, so together we decided to do a summer version with a lower ABV. Notes of coffee, chocolate and roasty malt dominate this crushable beer.
How Many Corners? Hoppy Ale (4.6% abv):
We’re keen on corners around here and made “How Many Corners” to satisfy these unnatural urges. We’ve used a cornucopia of international hops in this beer including Sabro, Mosaic, Barbe Rouge, and Southern Passion. Expect tropical fruit over a gentle malt backbone.
Zesty Zee German Wheat Ale (4.2% abv):
Zesty Zee is our most popular summer beer. It is unfiltered with traditional banana and spice notes, low bitterness, crisp effervescence, and a gently tart, thirst quenching finish. Super-dry and quaffable, this is the ultimate patio beer.
Source & Photo: Blind Enthusiasm Brewing