Field House Releases Double Dutch 2017

Field House Brewing in Abbotsford BC has released the 2017 version of their Double Dutch winter seasonal.

Double Dutch is an imperial version of their flagship Dutch Pale Ale with twice the alcohol and twice the hops.

Double Dutch is available now at the brewery and will be shipping to select private liquor stores on the lower mainland and the Island soon.

ABV 10% | 50 IBUs

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Photo courtesy of Field House Brewing

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Twin Sails Releases Sack Lunch and Con Leche Batch #3

Twin Sails Brewing in Port Moody BC is set to release a brand new beer called Sack Lunch this weekend, along with a third batch of Con Leche.

Sack Lunch

This pale ale was fermented with Saccharomyces Trois, then generously dry hopped with a trio of Australian hops: Galaxy, Vic Secret, and Enigma. The Sacch Trois is said to provide a unique fruit-forward profile with an underlying spice character, while the huge dry hop throws a ton of stone fruit on the nose, with papaya and peach on the palate. They say they allowed this one to dry out to ensure that it remained very drinkable.

Sack Lunch is available in the tasting room this weekend with no limits. In-store availability will be determined by weekend sales.

Con Leche

This stout pours dark black with a thick creamy mocha head. Oats and lactose provide a silky rich mouthfeel which is balanced by strong aromatics of coffee delivered by over 110 lbs of coffee beans. To finish, the beer is conditioned on cinnamon and vanilla beans, which provide a unique spicy character that pairs perfectly with the strong coffee and chocolate flavours of the stout.

They dropped the finishing gravity on this batch which resulted in a much more rounded malt profile, and a far more drinkable beer.

Con Leche is available in the tasting room this weekend with no limits. In-store availability will be determined by weekend sales.

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Steel & Oak Collaborates with Four Winds on The Fraser

Steel & Oak Brewing in New Westminster BC is set to release a special collaboration with Four Winds Brewing called The Fraser.

The Fraser is a pale ale brewed with Amchoor (Green Mango spice) and hopped with Citra, Mosaic, and Azacca, as well as some fresh Cashmere for good measure. Fermented with Saccharomyces Trois yeast, The Fraser is fruity, tropical, and funky.

The Fraser is available now at the Steel & Oak tasting room and will be on tap soon at Four Winds. It will ship out to local Metro Vancouver liquor stores next week. It will also be pouring at the BC Beer Awards this weekend.

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Fernie Releases Fresh Hop Pale Ale

Fernie Brewing in Fernie BC has released their new seasonal Fresh Hop Pale Ale.

This pale ale was dry hopped with the fresh Cascade hops from Red Tractor Farms in Skookumchuck. It is said to have a distinctive hop aroma and bitterness, showcasing the floral, spicy, and citrus characters of the Cascade Hop.

Bottles are available now at select private liquor stores across BC.

ALC: 6% IBU: 55 Size: 650ml
Ingredients: Water, Malt, Fresh East Kootenay Cascade Hops, Yeast
Malt: 2 Row Pale, Munich and Carapils
Hops: Fresh East Kootenay Cascade Hop

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