Red Truck Releases Blueberry Blonde Ale Dubbed “Purple Haze”

July 6, 2010.
Red Truck Beer Co. is located at 1015 Marine Dr. in North Vancouver | 604-682-4733 | www.redtruckbeer.com
Red Truck Beer Co. is located at 1015 Marine Dr. in North Vancouver | 604-682-4733 | www.redtruckbeer.com

News from Scout supporter Red Truck Beer Company:

Vancouver, BC | Red Truck Brewing Co releases it’s newest Limited Release Blueberry Ale-aka The Purple Haze. This 6% blonde ale is fermented with blueberries. Deceptive to your senses like a four day trip to Vegas, this is a light tasting but powerful beer ideal for a weekend without complex plans. It is a deep purple colour with a pinkish head and a light blueberry aroma and tartness plus a dry finish. It can be a refreshing aperitif and/or should be paired with sweet dishes and desserts. Available this month at the Alibi Room, Mis Trucos, The Flying Tiger, The Village Taphouse, Central Bistro, St. Augustines and The Sunset Grill

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Red Truck Beer is built on the values of a simpler time when bars only served beer and whiskey, when trucks were working vehicles and not status symbols, and when business deals were sealed with a handshake and a toast rather than lawyers and email.

The Red Truck Brewing Co has been one of the fastest growing breweries in BC over it’s 5 years in business. Born out of the Brewpub world but operated and raised independently by Director Sam Payne and Dave “Da Brewa” Varga, Red Truck is a North Vancouver operation with a 5 person staff that is focused of making and delivering the freshest beer available.

About the only thing we like more than making beer and enjoying it ourselves is sharing it with those who appreciate the difference that comes with being delivered fresh. Shift over to Red Truck and you’ll see what we mean.

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  • Doug Decloux

    I will never give the Mark James Group (the company the makes this beer if you don’t know) a drop of my money. I won’t go to their bars. I have never in my life liked any of the beers they have made and I’m sure this one won’t be any different.

  • Paul D

    Hmmm . . .. MJG’s Yaletown Brewing Company won three first place awards along with the best in show award at the 2010 BC Beer Awards held during Vancouver Craft Beer Week.

    Doug, but you sound like a man who simply has an axe to grind. They make some excellent beers . . . too bad your axe blinds your palate.

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