Canada’s Moosehead brings its pale ale to the U.S.
Moosehead, Canada’s oldest and largest independent brewery, is making its products available across the United States.
Moosehead’s Pale Ale, which the Stamford, Conn.-based company said was the first beer to use the name, has been brewing with the same recipe since 1933, and built a loyal following in Canada for its inherent strength and distinctive taste.
“Moosehead Pale Ale is known as ‘The Beer that Built the Brewery’, and we’re excited to bring this beloved beer to U.S. consumers,” Georgia Homsany, U.S. rand director for Moosehead, said. “Pale Ale is one of the most popular styles right now in beer and we wanted to give U.S. beer lovers the opportunity to access another product in the Moosehead family with a different taste profile. The lower IBUs make it more approachable for a variety of beer consumers.”
The beer will be available in a four-pack of 16-oz. cans and in a 15-pack of 12-oz. cans across the United States. Moosehead’s Pale Ale is a top-fermented ale with 5% ABV. It is made with 100% Canadian barely and features floral aromatics and caramel tones, the company said.
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