Cannery Brewing Releases 2017 Knucklehead Pumpkin Ale

Cannery Brewing in Penticton BC has released the 2017 version of their fall seasonal  Knucklehead pumpkin ple.

Knucklehead is named after a type of pumpkin that is distinguished by its gnarly warts. The Knucklehead pumpkins used for this brew were grown locally by Harker’s Organics in Cawston, BC. These pumpkins were then roasted with brown sugar at the Kettle Valley Station Pub and brewed with traditional fall spices.

The roasted Knucklehead pumpkins bring a rich mouth-feel and a touch of sweetness to this traditionally spiced brown ale.

Knucklehead is available now at the Cannery tasting room and bottles will be shipping to select private liquor stores over the next week.

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