GOODS: American Blonde Ale “Red Truck Summer” Now Pouring Across Vancouver

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 | Red Truck Summer (5%) is an American Blonde Ale that is refreshing and easily crushable. This beer is sunshine, patios, laughing and running barefoot with unicorns. It’s what’s inside the Pulp Fiction suitcase. It’s full of wonder and tastes like dreams. This dry lightly toasted ale has hints of stone fruits, honey, peach and apricots and pairs well with Italian, Mediterranean and lighter North American foods. This limited product will be available in select locations including Wildebeest, Calabash, The Alibi Room, St Augustines, Chewies and Central Bistro.

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1015 Marine Drive North Vancouver, BC | V7P 1S5
Telephone: 604-682-4RED (604-682-4733)
Email: info@redtruckbeer.com
Website: www.redtruckbeer.com
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If you are a licensee and would like to serve our great beer at your establishment, please contact us at 604-682-4RED or drop us a line at kegs@redtruckbeer.com

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Our Signature Beers

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Red Truck Ale | A blend of premium Belgian malts, plus German and Pacific Northwest hop varieties gives this luscious, copper-hued ale a wonderful complex aroma, a rich depth of flavour, and smooth drinkability.

Red Truck Lager | Made with Canadian Prairie tow-row malted barley and hops imported from Germany and the Czech Republic. Red Truck Lager is a beer with world-class credentials.

Be on the lookout for our latest Releases of the immensely popular ‘Red Truck Limited’.  Red Truck Ltd are unique seasonal products only available in limited quantities at specific locations throughout Vancouver.

About Red Truck

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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.

Unpasteurized

Pasteurization may be good for milk, but it’s bad for beer. That’s why we don’t ‘cook’ our beer to preserve it. Mostly because our beer was meant to be enjoyed today. And also, quite frankly, because it never gets a chance to stick around that long anyway.

Craft-brewed in Small Batches

We’re not a factory. We don’t crank out billions of bottles of our beer. We’ll take quality over quantity every day of the week. So if we ever happen to run out of your favourite kind of Red Truck beer, don’t worry. We’re brewing more as slowly as we can.

Red Truck is a member of CAMRA B.C, and proud sponsor of the make a wish foundation, and the weekend to end breast cancer. A supporter of all that is local, we are currently creating plans to move into a private brewing facility in downtown Vancouver. Until then and forever forward, we will continue to take quality over quantity every single time.

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2 Responses to “GOODS: American Blonde Ale “Red Truck Summer” Now Pouring Across Vancouver”

  1. Dave on July 18th, 2013 12:26 am

    Time to update the bios. Red Truck isn’t from North Van anymore (as reported, ya know, here: http://scoutmagazine.ca/2012/09/19/diner-new-red-truck-brewery-in-east-van-to-open-with-a-bang-on-september-27/) and Dave Varga isn’t the brewer anymore (as reported, uh, awkward, also here: http://scoutmagazine.ca/2013/03/19/barley-mowat-a-look-inside-east-vans-highly-anticipated-33-acres-brewing-co/)

  2. Scout Magazine on July 18th, 2013 12:45 am

    Yeah, we’re on it. Thanks.