|By Marketwired .||
|July 11, 2014 03:34 PM EDT||
CALGARY, ALBERTA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/11/14 -- Big Rock Brewery Inc. ("Big Rock") (TSX: BR) is excited to announce Cherazz Belgian Style Fruit Beer as the third Alchemist Edition release of 2014.
The first golden sip of cold beer on a hot sultry day is one of the purest moments of summer. To craft that moment into the most refreshing, perfect punch, Brewmaster Paul set his sights on Belgium's centuries-old tradition of fine fruit beers. Starting with imported Belgian yeast and at carefully-timed points throughout the fermentation process, Paul blended dark sweet cherries, lively tart cherries and succulent raspberries, creating a superb brew with a delicate mouth feel and medium carbonation.
Only 3,000 bottles are being produced, making this brew one of our most limited releases. Available in a 650ml bomber bottle, Cherazz makes its appearance July 11th, 2014 in Alberta and British Columbia. To find out where you can get a bottle of Cherazz, visit our website at www.bigrockbeer.com or follow us on Twitter and Facebook for all the latest updates.
What is the Alchemist Edition?
In brewing, as in life, you have to take risks to reap rewards. For the Alchemist Edition, Brewmaster Paul Gautreau ventures deep into uncharted brewing territory to craft bold, small batch beers that pay no heed to the rules of what came before. Adventurous and experimental, these risky brews are their own reward.
About Big Rock Brewery Inc.
Big Rock Brewery Inc. - headquartered in Calgary, Alberta - produces premium, all-natural craft beers. As Canada's leading craft brewer, Big Rock boasts a family of exceptional ales and lagers, Rock Creek Cider®, an ongoing selection of seasonal beers released through the Brewmaster's Limited Edition and cutting-edge, small-batch brews released through the Alchemist Edition. Big Rock products are sold in nine provinces and two territories in Canada, and are also available in the Republic of Korea.
For more information on Big Rock Brewery visit www.bigrockbeer.com.
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