Plaid To The Bone
Picaroons Traditional Ales

Plaid To The Bone

New Brunswick, Canada
4.5% ABV • IBU 20

First brewed in 2012 in support of the New Brunswick Highland Games Festival in Fredericton, N.B. Though the name may suggest an aggressive and assertive brew, this is an easy-drinking pale ale made with real Scottish Heather tips.

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