At the 2016 World Beer Cup two BC based breweries took home some hardware. Vancouver’s 33 Acres Brewing won a silver medal for their 33 Acres of Euphoria Belgian Trippel and Powell Street Bronze for their Old Jalopy Pale Ale.
Congratulations to the 33 Acres Brewing team on this prestigious award!
33 Acres of Euphoria Description:
We say good things come in the power of threes, and when this spicy concoction joyfully adorns the table an even three is still good company. A fruity lemon rind finish conceals what is pound for pound our most dangerous, yet very drinkable, Belgian.
Eyes wide closed, the potency of this feverish blend remains a secret until one feels the dark and hazy golden rush hiding inside 33 acres of Euphoria. Boasting deep flavour and a hefty dose of inspiration, we strongly encourage sharing amongst lovers, between friends, and the best of kin.
Find it now in our tasting room, serving in 12oz glasses to stay only and growlers to go.
Style: Belgian Trippel
Alcohol: 9.2% by volume
Bitterness: 35 IBU estimated
Colour: Deep gold; hazy
Aroma and Flavour: Ripe banana; spice, alcohol
Finish: Fruity; lemon peel bitterness
To see a full list of the 2016 World Beer Cup Winners visit worldbeercup.org