Vancouver Island Brewery – Spyhopper Honey Brown Ale


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Vancouver Island Brewery – Spyhopper Honey Brown Ale Review

The Spyhopper Honey Brown is a lighter tinge of amber than you may expect given the name and the taste compounds this observation. This beer comes off as a lightly sweetened lager having touches of honey and hop in the after-notes. The Spyhopper is light, refreshing and slightly different from your average lager or amber ale; slotting in the middle it is a refreshing drink for a hot summer day.

Alcohol – 5.%
Size – 341ml bottles
Price – $11.85 /6 Bottles (BCL)
Also available in a Pod Pack Sampler

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    […] Island wilderness the Vancouver Island Brewery has released the High Trail Honey Ale. Replacing the Spyhopper Honey Brown this face-lifted beer pours an amber colour with two fingers of head. The fairly quickly settling […]

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