A cure for what ales you this fall

Central City Brewers + Distillers is offering a pair of spicy craft beers this season – a new flavour and an old favourite.

Central City Brewers + Distillers has two pumpkin spiced ales for fall.

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“Our Central City storyline has been a fun way to showcase our seasonal (character) beers,” says Tim Barnes, vice-president of sales and marketing at Central City Brewers + Distillers. “Patrick O’ Pumpkin spices things up as our latest offering taking from the rich fall harvest, satisfying craft beer fans who appreciate a spicy strong brew.”

Patrick O’ Pumpkin Barrel-Aged Imperial Pumpkin Ale is a full-bodied spiced pumpkin ale that has been barrel-aged in bourbon barrels with a dark amber orange colour. This robust, strong ale is rich and flavourful with a spicy attitude that has been brewed for the seasoned craft beer drinker.

“We added a bit of twist to our pumpkin ale with an Imperial strength barrel-aged beer with bourbon and vanilla essences and some coffee and roasted flavours to make it a wonderful drinking experience,” says Gary Lohin, Central City’s brewmaster.

And back by popular demand, Red Racer Spiced Pumpkin Ale also makes a return as a seasonal limited release. It is an amber ale with added spices and malty flavour reminiscent of pumpkin pies to make for a rich and full seasonal ale fit for any holiday feast.

Patrick O’ Pumpkin (8% alc/vol) and Red Racer Spiced Pumpkin Ale (5% alc/vol) are available in 650-ml bottles and will be in liquor stores in B.C. by late September.

Visit www.centralcitybrewing.com for more information and follow Central City on social media: Instagram @CentralCityBrew, Twitter @CentralCityBrew, Facebook CentralCityBrewing.

 

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