Canuck Pale Ale

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ABV: 5.2%IBU: 35SERVING TEMP: 3-5c
INGREDIENTS: Water, Malted barley, Oats, Wheat, Hops, Yeast, Manners
STYLE: American Pale Ale
GLASSWARE: GLB Crown Viking

RELEASE DATE

Year-Round

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The minute you crack your can, aroma of grapefruit, mango and pine hit you in the face; like a beaver slapping his tail on a pristine small body of water in Ontario. Canuck pours a deep gold, bordering on burnt orange that produces a tight snowy white toque. Take one last nose before getting into the liquid, which you’ll soon find will be hard to put down. Soft carbonation leads into a sweet honeyish start before it gives way to more grapefruit, tropical citrus, canned peaches and pine. Light to medium body with a very dry finish. Drink at your local pub, in the fish hut, campground, the beach, in a canoe (responsibly), playing shinny, on a log…actually, anywhere north of the 49th.

Northern pike, moose sausage, tourtiere, peameal bacon sandwich, cheeseburger and fries, mild curry, carrot cake.

It’s been said that Canada is the only country in the world that knows how to live without an identity. This beer doesn’t help much with that. From the fiercely irresponsible stereotypical image on the front of the can to the distinctly American style of the beer inside it, we’ve really made a mess of things. What have we done? Sorry.

The minute you crack your can, aroma of grapefruit, mango and pine hit you in the face; like a beaver slapping his tail on a pristine small body of water in Ontario. Canuck pours a deep gold, bordering on burnt orange that produces a tight snowy white toque. Take one last nose before getting into the liquid, which you’ll soon find will be hard to put down. Soft carbonation leads into a sweet honeyish start before it gives way to more grapefruit, tropical citrus, canned peaches and pine. Light to medium body with a very dry finish. Drink at your local pub, in the fish hut, campground, the beach, in a canoe (responsibly), playing shinny, on a log…actually, anywhere north of the 49th.

Northern pike, moose sausage, tourtiere, peameal bacon sandwich, cheeseburger and fries, mild curry, carrot cake.

It’s been said that Canada is the only country in the world that knows how to live without an identity. This beer doesn’t help much with that. From the fiercely irresponsible stereotypical image on the front of the can to the distinctly American style of the beer inside it, we’ve really made a mess of things. What have we done? Sorry.

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