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The Wedding Beer

Getting married this summer, but beer is more your style than wine? This beer is the perfect beer for your wedding.

The Wedding Beer
hochziitsbier
Image by: Russell Brewing Company

Jochen Fair of Russell Brewing in British Columbia was trying to come up with a special brew for his wedding. Something that would represent his and wife-to-be Heather’s love for each other and beer.

He succeeded in a big way! Not only were 2 kegs emptied before the end of cocktail hour, but it also won the Russell Golden Stag award.

Aptly named Hochzeitsbier – the Wedding Beer, this wheat ale has similar consistency to a bubbly which makes it the perfect wedding beer plus you can even get it in festive Champagne cork bottles.

As an added bonus for those of you with Vegan guests, it is vegan-friendly!

So pop a cork at your wedding and let the beer rain down.

 

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