GOODS: Schwartzbier & Bock Combine At “Red Truck” For Big Black Black

February 21, 2011.
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

The GOODS from Red Truck Beer Company:

Vancouver, BC | The fine brewing minds at Red Truck have come up with our latest limited release, based on two styles of German beers, Bock (Strong Munich Lager) and Schwartzbier (Black Lager). The colour is black…sooo black, with a tan head. Rich coffee liquor, dark caramel, burnt sugar, dried raisins and plums, dominate the flavours of this beer. It has a sweet malt finish, a subdued hop character, yet despite the colour, is surprisingly clean flavoured. This should go very with any char grilled meats, sausages, wild game, smoker BBQ, blackened food, mole sauces, sweet sauces, sweet roasted vegetables, custard flan desserts, and anything chocolate…

So now you know what a Big Black Bock looks like…
You now know what a Big Black Bock tastes like…
You also know what foods complement a Big Black Bock…

Please Enjoy Brewmaster Dave Varga’s Big Black Bock (and get your mind out of the gutter).

About Red Truck Beer

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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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  • http://redtruckbeer.com Sam Payne

    Currently available at Boneta, St Augustines and The Alibi Room as of Feb 21st

  • http://cafeteriavancouver.ca/ Jesse

    We’re also pouring it at Cafeteria, 2702 Main St @ 11th.

  • http://redtruckbeer.com Sam Payne

    thanks Jesse! and now Calabash in Gastown as well.

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