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Red Truck Beer launches three new seasonal and three limited-edition brews

Spring is here, change is in the air, and Red Truck Beer is rolling out its biggest-ever collection of seasonal and limited-edition creations.

The three new Seasonal Series beers have been crafted with warm weather and summer fun in mind. Haulin’ Some Mass New England Hazy IPA, El Space Camino Dry Hopped Pale Ale, and Baja Bound Mexican Lager will all be available packaged and on draft to enjoy on your favourite patio or during that long weekend road trip.

In addition to the Seasonal Series, Red Truck Beer is proudly lifting the hood on some new experimental series beers. These limited-edition beers will be experimental one-offs from the creative minds of the brewing team, launched every 6-8 weeks. The first two to land are Round the World Belgian IPA and Espressway NW Coffee IPA, with Deli-Cinq, a flavour bursting citrus sour next to drop this Spring.

If that wasn’t enough fresh brews, Red Truck will also be introducing Seas the Day Pacific Ale, a test run of a possible addition to Red Truck’s year-round lineup. Whatever the style, the experimental beers will be available in tall cans, and also on draft at the Truck Stop and in Red Truck pubs and restaurants.

With the Truck Stop’s recent expansion from 8 to 16 draft lines, beer lovers can expect to find a constantly-changing list of beers on offer, including many draft-only Truck Stop exclusives. With a new food menu just launched and a big patio for sunny Spring days, it’s a perfect time to roll down to Red Truck Beer.

Red Truck Beer is located at 295 East 1st Avenue in East Vancouver and at everywhere else in the world.


Photos by Brian K. Smith

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  1. Anonymous
    Anonymous 2 April, 2022, 12:02

    I want to get the el space Camino but cannot find it on its own

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