Prohibition Brewing Co. – Bootlegger Ale


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Prohibition Brewing Co. – Bootlegger Ale Review

The Prohibition Brewing Company has released their Bootlegger ale which is a golden-amber coloured beer with three fingers of fluffy head. Through the relatively thick head comes notes of lightly toasted malt, apple, citrus and a light hop tone for a light but pleasant smell. The flavour is mid-sweet and goes down easy. Citrus notes and a mid-hopped body are paired with a fairly strong carbonation for a refreshing ale. The Bootlegger may seem a little over-carbonated and run-of the mill to some but this is an enjoyable and fairly sessionable beer to come out of Kelowna BC. This is something new and something worth giving a try.

Alcohol – 5.5%
Size – 650ml
IBU – Unknown
Price – $6.95 (Craft Retailer)
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  1. mikescraftbeer
    mikescraftbeer 13 July, 2013, 12:51

    Been meaning to pick up one of these and try it. I hear this brand from Bug Surf in Kelowna is not as bad as the parent company.

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  2. John T. Manton
    John T. Manton 3 September, 2017, 15:23

    Where can you buy in kelowna

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