Devil’s Pale Ale 666

ABV: 6%IBU: 66SERVING TEMP: 3-5°C
INGREDIENTS: Water, Malted barley, Oats, Wheat, Hops, Yeast
STYLE: Cascadian Pale Ale
GLASSWARE: GLB Crown Viking

RELEASE DATE

Fall

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Brewed with 6 select malts and 4 premium hops, Devil's Pale Ale has a rich mahogany colour, bordering on brown. The hop forward aroma is revealed even before the first sip, which offers notes of grapefruit and pine, followed by a hearty malty body, and finishing with a pronounced bitterness.

Devilishly delicious, this Cascadian Pale Ale made its debut in 2006.

Sharp cheeses, bbq burgers, roast lamb, red velvet cake, and medium bodied cigars.

The Devil, perched upon the shoulder of one of our brewers, whispered, with intensity, "Brew me a beer with 6 premium malts and 6 varieties of hops, at 66 IBUs, and 6.6% abv."

The fire beneath the kettle bellowed. Dark clouds formed with each addition of west coast hops and specialty malts. Lightning flashed and thunder clapped. The brewer devised a plan.

As the beer came to be, clouds parted, and pillars of sunshine beamed upon the brewhouse. The Devil may have coerced us into brewing this dark, bold and bitter Pale Ale, but the young brewer had made certain the beer did not contain all the 6's the Devil sought, rendering any evil forces in this beer futile. After all, the Devil doesn't brew beer. We do.

Brewed with 6 select malts and 4 premium hops, Devil's Pale Ale has a rich mahogany colour, bordering on brown. The hop forward aroma is revealed even before the first sip, which offers notes of grapefruit and pine, followed by a hearty malty body, and finishing with a pronounced bitterness.

Devilishly delicious, this Cascadian Pale Ale made its debut in 2006.

Sharp cheeses, bbq burgers, roast lamb, red velvet cake, and medium bodied cigars.

The Devil, perched upon the shoulder of one of our brewers, whispered, with intensity, "Brew me a beer with 6 premium malts and 6 varieties of hops, at 66 IBUs, and 6.6% abv."

The fire beneath the kettle bellowed. Dark clouds formed with each addition of west coast hops and specialty malts. Lightning flashed and thunder clapped. The brewer devised a plan.

As the beer came to be, clouds parted, and pillars of sunshine beamed upon the brewhouse. The Devil may have coerced us into brewing this dark, bold and bitter Pale Ale, but the young brewer had made certain the beer did not contain all the 6's the Devil sought, rendering any evil forces in this beer futile. After all, the Devil doesn't brew beer. We do.

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