Henderson Brewing Releases Sound Gear Canadian Cream Ale and Non-Alcoholic Pearson Express IPA

TORONTO, ON – Henderson Brewing has announced the 89th release in its monthly Ides Series of small batch beers, and its first ever non-alcoholic ale.

Sound Gear Canadian Cream Ale (6% abv):

Pete Traynor was a Long & McQuade customer who bugged owner, Jack Long, to let him fix amps in need of repair. Traynor was soon hired on as a full-time employee and was unstoppable, igniting new ideas that led to the formation of Yorkville Sound 60 years ago.

Every Toronto musician has used a piece of gear with Traynor’s name on it and for that, we made a beer with all-Canadian ingredients and an ABV of 6.0%, 1% for each decade that Yorkville Sound has been making great sound gear. This classic Cream Ale is crisp and refreshing, with slight notes of sage and pine. A perfectly balanced combination of malt and hops leaves you with a great beer for any occasion.

Non-Alcoholic Pearson Express IPA (0.5% abv):

The latest in our Pearson IPA line up, this hazy non-alc IPA is perfect for any occasion, 0.5% ABV and full of citrus flavour you can enjoy anytime! Full bodied with a clean finish, aromas of pineapple, passionfruit and citrus.

Both beers are available now at the Henderson taproom, retail store, and online shop.

Source & Photo: Henderson Brewing

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