A fun experiment gone horribly right. It started with a mild ale and a plan to load it full of bourbon and peaches. When Red Truck realized they had missed the harvest, they shifted gears and used fresh Fraser Valley blackberries. After adding in the second case of bourbon and the last of the blackberries, they knew they had brewed up something special.
Aroma: Low hopped aroma gives way for the berries and bourbon to merge and create an aroma of the fresh berry fields of the valley.
Flavour: A mild ale serves as a perfect backdrop for the sweet berries to melt into the woody bourbon. It's the beer you can't help but pour on your pancakes.