Unity Brew 2016 is Ready For You!
Are you ready to try this year’s Alberta Small Brewers Association Unity Brew? We sure are!
By Shira Kogut on Jan. 11, 2017
This is the 8th year that the ASBA member breweries have gotten together and created this beer. This year the host brewery was Big Rock Breweries, so they have the honour of starting sales at their store and this Dark Wheat Ale is already available for purchase. It will be available at other retailers and bars in Alberta by the end of the month.
The Dark Wheat Ale features malt from 5 Alberta malt suppliers and a lot of effort and good will from all the breweries which participated.
Proceeds from this beer go to support ASBA and its initiatives to promote and raise awareness about Alberta craft beer, so drink up and support a great cause!
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