Freedom Brewery launches prototype pale ale

10/06/2016 - 16:14
Freedom Brewery is extending its range of sustainably brewed, vegan friendly beer with the addition of its first ever pale ale.

The pale ale will first launch as a prototype to allow customers three months to comment on the new addition before it is relaunched, based on consumer feedback, in September 2016.

During this three month period it will launch into 35 Mitchells And Butlers Castle sites along with 56 independent trade outlets.

Jonathan Smith, head brewer at Freedom Brewery, said: “With over 20 years brewing expertise, our aim is to offer a full range of authentic, sustainably brewed beers that our customers will love.

“Our fanbase, who have been asking us to brew a pale ale for some time, are real beer experts so we have decided to get them involved in the process.

“We are giving them what we believe to be a fantastic pale ale, but we want them to help us refine and develop it over the next few months.”

Jonathan describes the beer as a ‘dry, crisp and aromatic pale ale’ brewed with two new world hops; Chinook (US) and Cascade (US) and combined with two Southern Hemisphere hops, Motueka (NZ) and Rakau (NZ) as well as various malts including rye to add body and balance.

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