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Stanley Park Brewing Celebrates One Year in the Park with Launch of PARK BEER Series

Stanley Park Brewing is excited to announce the launch of a new PARK BEER series of small-batch releases celebrating their recent 1st anniversary of its restaurant and brewpub in Vancouver’s Stanley Park.

Introducing PARK BEER, a fresh line-up of small-batch brews created and canned at the Stanley Park Brewpub by their talented brewing team, led by Brewmaster Thom Riley. Exclusively available to purchase at the Brewpub or online at their Brewstore.

Check the full collection of PARKBEER available here.

Park House Blonde Ale — 5% 35 IBU
This house blonde ale is a showcase for a local homegrown hero, the Sasquatch hop. A focus on only whirlpool additions and dry hopping makes for a beer packed full of citrus, herbal spice and refined approachable bitterness.

The Captain Hazy IPA — 6.2% 50 IBU
Brewed with a copious amount of oats and spelt for a hazy appearance and a silky mouthfeel. Hopped with Southern Star, Chinook, Citra and Galaxy for a fruit basket of flavour and aroma. What’s not to love!

Park Drive Pils — 4.8% 35 IBU
Brewed to commemorate one-year of brewing at the new Stanley Park Brewing Restaurant and Brewpub, this Bohemian-style Pilsner spent a month on French Oak to get ready for the occasion. The beer pours a brilliant golden colour with a thick white head, classic Czech Saaz hops give a fragrant herbal hop aroma, and the crisp malt flavour is courtesy of Skagit Valley’s Bohemian Pilsner malt.

At Ease Hazy IPA — 3% 25 IBU
Stanley Park Brewing has taken everything you love about their regular hazy beers, and then dialled back the alcohol. Hopped with Citra, Chinook, Southern Tropic and Galaxy.

Hollow Tree Lager — 5% 20 IBU
German-style Helles (Lager). This house lager uses pilsner malt and classic German lager yeast to provide a solid foundation. The addition of South African Aroma hops adds a noble character, but with the addition of some Southern Hemisphere fruit terroir.

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