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Picaroons Releases The Leprechaunumdrum

Just in time for St.Patrick’s Day Picaroons releases the leprechaun.

Picaroons Releases The Leprechaunumdrum

Picaroons Traditional Ales has announced the release of a new draught-only beer for St. Patrick’s Day.

The Leprechaunumdrum is a 6.5% abv ale with the following description:

This new 1-off beer is certainly a mOuThFuL – a dark and bitterthat we can’t quite put our finger on as far as an exact style goes. Dry and full bodied, yet fruity due the generous amounts of Galaxy hops and of course our good ol’ Ringwood yeast.

Currently on tap at The Picaroons Roundhouse and The Brewtique in Fredericton, it will be available at the Picaroons General Store in Saint John on Thursday, and at The 5 Kings Restaurant & Picaroons Brewhouse in St. Stephen on Friday. It will also be distributed to several other select bars and restaurants in New Brunswick later this week.

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