‘Dark side’ to new Surrey brew

A Surrey brewery is spicing things up with the launch of a new brew for the fall harvest.

A Surrey brewery is spicing things up with the launch of a new brew for the fall harvest.

Central City Brewers & Distillers announced its Patrick O’ Pumpkin Barrel-Aged Imperial Pumpkin Ale Tuesday with a storyline describing “a seasoned and embittered lawman who has fallen to the dark side.”

“Patrick O’Pumpkin is as ruthless as they come, squashing even the scariest jack-o’-lanterns with no tricks or treats, confronting Detective Saison,” a release states.

“In a city where corruption and crime rule all, justice is brewing…”

Tim Barnes, the brewery’s vice-president of sales and marketing, described the storyline as “a fun way to showcase our seasonal (character) beers.”

The pumpkin ale is described as a spicy, robust beer brewed for the seasoned craft-beer drinker.

In addition, Red Racer Spiced Pumpkin Ale is making a return as a limited release.

Both ales are to be in liquor stores by late September.

For more information, visit www.centralcitybrewing.com


Just Posted

Surrey stabbing leaves man with ‘potentially life altering injuries’

Police believe an altercation between two people led to the incident, in the 13700-block of 97A Ave.

Surrey RCMP investigating after ‘sudden death’ of man found with critical injuries

Police say a man is dead after being found laying on the ground in the 13300-block of 114th Avenue

Teen charged with possession of a loaded firearm after incident at Whalley park

Surrey RCMP say 17-year-old boy allegedly found in possession of loaded handgun

Kids Boost Immunity honours Surrey school for vaccine donations

Elementary students donate more than 3,000 vaccinations to UNICEF

Pug life: Waggish dog names listed in White Rock

Freedom-of-information request lists most ‘pupular’ dog names registered with the city

What’s age got to do with it? B.C. couple with 45-year gap talks happy marriage

An Armstrong couple that has 45-year age gap began turning heads after being featured on show Extreme Love.

Many teens don’t know they’revaping nicotine, Health Canada finds

Canadian Tobacco, Alcohol and Drugs Survey finds youth unaware of nicotine product risk

Defence accuses officer of ‘incompetence’ in trial for B.C. man charged with daughters’ murders

Double murder trial for the Victoria father accused of killing his two young daughters continues

Murder on B.C. property didn’t need to be disclosed before sale, court rules

Buyer had tried to break contract after learning a man with ties to crime had been murdered there

Tofino beckons Trudeau for quiet Easter vacation

Environmental group hopes latest Pacific Rim vacation inspires change in prime minister

B.C. man turned to dating site for pimp operation, court hears

In court the details of how Simon Rypiak lured 4 women into prostitution revealed

5 to start your day

Death in Surrey being probed by homicide investigators, FOI offers top dog names in White Rock and more

VIDEO: Vancouver Giants fall in overtime

Team still leads WHL series against Spokane

Should B.C. parents receive money if they make sure their kids are vaccinated?

New survey looks at public opinion around government’s role in forcing immunizations

Most Read

l -->