Friday, June 16, 2017
MBR June 16, 2017 - New Brunswick/PEI Edition
As we finish the last full week of spring, here is the beer news for this week.
Big Tide Brewing have Zippy Pale Ale now on tap. Zippy Pale Ale is an American Pale ale and is 4.6% ABV and 43 IBU from Cascade and Summit hops. Dry hopped with citrusy cascade for a refreshing summer beer.
Les Brasseurs du Petit-Sault released an new Acadian Nut Brown Ale, La Madoueska. The 6% ABV beer is part of the a group of beers released.
Distillerie Fils du Roy is marking the 170th anniversary of the poem "Evangeline" by Henry Longfellow by releasing two new beers. Évangéline is an Acadian Nut Brown Ale that is 7% ABV and Gabriel, a Dark Spruce Ale that is also 7%. The brewer suggests blending the two beers.
There will be a new microbrewery opening in Bathurst this coming winter. Four Rivers Brewing will be located on Murray Avenue in the former Toyota dealership building in November or December. The beer will be produced and brewed on site in a state of the art brew house and served in a newly built tasting room. The brewery is a family business formed by René Legacy, his two sons, Chris and Stephen, and his brother-in-law René Landry. The brewery and taproom hope to create about a dozen jobs when they open.
Follow them on Facebook and Instagram ( @four.rivers.brew) over the next few months as they work toward opening their brewery.
Graystone Brewing released Wild Child, a refreshing, light bodied radler with subtle citrus from real grapefruit. It is 4.5% ABV and 5 IBU and is available in pints, Crowlers and Growlers.
Maybee Brewing has a new beer out this week. Introducing Orion Quadrupel, a Belgian Dark Strong beer conditioned with Briggs Maple Syrup. This heavyweight rings in at 11.5% ABV and is available now
Picaroons Traditional Ales is part of a Canada 150 collaboration project with some other breweries in Canada that they have a very special kinship with. That kinship being that they produce beer using traditional open fermentation and direct fire Peter Austin brewing systems. Along with Granite Brewery in Nova Scotia, Golden Lion Pub & Brewery in Quebec, Granite Brewery in Toronto, Ashton Brewing Company and Clock Tower Breweries in Ottawa, and Four Mile Brewing in BC, they brewed a coast to coast collaboration ale to celebrate Canada 150. The Fathers of Fermentation are calling their brew Sir John’s Special Eh’le.
Trailway Brewing released a fruit bomb this week. Seeing Citra is a 6.7% ABV IPA made exclusively with, you guessed it, Citra hops. Available at the brewery now.
Thanks for checking in this week, have a great week.