Indie Alehouse Cans Trio of Beers

OLD TORONTO (WEST), TORONTO – Indie Alehouse Brewing Co. announced on Instagram that they’ve canned a trio of beers for the first time, through Sessions Craft Canning. Joining their staple imperial IPA Cockpuncher is Crack a Window, an experimental IPA made in collaboration with Saw Dust City Brewing Co., Scott Labs Canada, and Crosby Hops. This 5.5% abv. beer was inspired by the brewers driving from hop field to hop field in search of future hop varietals, such as the experimental hop “Triumph” which provides this beer sweet citrus and subtle cherry notes.

A brand new collaboration with Great Lakes BreweryFalling Bear, is a West Toronto Honey Brown Ale – their take on an American brown ale – coming in at 6.5% abv and brewed with an abundance of classic west coast hops and some honey from local Toronto bee hives.

All three will be available at 5 pm today.

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