Parallel 49 Brewing Company Announces Release of Brews
Brothers Volume 3 Mixed-Pack on February 28th, 2017 East Vancouver’s
Parallel 49 Brewing Company is partnering with four American breweries
for an old school hip-hop-themed collaboration mixer pack
B.C. – February 7th, 2017 – On February 28th, Parallel 49 Brewing Company will
launch their third Brews Brothers collaboration pack. Putting a West
Coast, old school hip-hop spin on this year’s mixer pack, Parallel 49
Brewing Company has joined forces with four West Coast breweries based
out of the United States. The mixer-pack includes four 650ml
bomber-style bottles and will be available for purchase at select BC
Liquor Stores and private liquor stores throughout the province.
Beer lovers can look forward to all-new, limited edition brews such as
Blazing Arrow, a tawny IPA made with Gigantic Brewing Company (Portland,
OR), What’s Golden, an “east meets west” IPA developed with Green Flash Brewing (San Diego, CA),
Gettin’ It, a Northern farmhouse style beer made with 49th State Brewing (Anchorage, AK),
and Baby Got Back, a hoppy hefeweizen beer brewed with Scuttlebutt Brewing Company (Everett,
WA). All beers in the mixer-pack will pay homage to old school hip-hop
songs from West Coast groups.
“As far apart as
the breweries are from each other, it was neat to see how much we had
in common,” said Graham With, Head Brewer at Parallel 49
“The process of coming up with recipes with each brewery from the
United States was surprisingly smooth. Collaborating with these
breweries shed light on our similarities and allowed us to get ideas
from other perspectives.”
The Brews Brothers Volume 3 mixer-pack will be available on February
28th, 2017 at select BC Liquor Stores and private liquor stores
throughout the province. For more information on Parallel 49 Brewing
Company please visit parallel49brewing.com.
Parallel 49 Brewing Company: Parallel 49 Brewing Company is an East
Vancouver brewery brewing up some of the most unique and high quality
craft beers in BC. Since opening in 2012, their cheekily named
brews have become staples amongst craft beer enthusiasts. Staples
include Filthy Dirty IPA, Gypsy Tears Ruby Ale, Jerkface 9000 Wheat Ale
and WobblyPop Pale Ale. Parallel 49 Brewing Company’s Craft Lager
won gold at the 2015 BC Beer Awards and the 2016 Canadian Brewing
Visit Parallel 49 Brewing Company’s tasting room, retail store, and
restaurant, set to reopen this spring at 1950 Triumph Street in East
Vancouver. Parallel 49 6 packs, 12 packs and limited release bottles
are available at private and government retailers across British
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