Big Spruce – Kitchen Party Pale Ale (473ml)

  • Beer Type

    Ale Learn More

  • Beer Category

    Hoppy Beer

  • Beer Style

    American Pale Ale

  • Country

    Canada

  • Region

    Nova Scotia

  • Sub-Region

    Nyanza

  • Size

    473ml

  • Tasting Notes

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Located in Nyanza, just west of Baddeck on Cape Breton Island, Big Spruce Brewing is a certified organic, on farm facility. The unfiltered, unpasteurized organic beers are sold in refillable 1.89 litre growler bottles at the brewery, in 473ml cans and on tap at select locations around Nova Scotia.

Cape Breton’s first Craft Microbrewery. Atlantic Certified Organic Facility. First and only on-farm Craft Microbrewery in the Maritimes. Only the second on-farm certified organic brewery in all of Canada!

Tasting Notes

Kitchen Party Pale Ale is a full bodied beer with aromas of grapefruit peel, pine resin, slightly juicy fruits, and a firm backbone of lightly toasted malts. The palate features a lot of the same notes, and drinks solidly bitter, wonderfully aromatic, with just a little residual stickiness. This beer pairs well with all most pub fare, and the kinds of snacks you’d find at a kitchen party.

5.8% abv

Method

Dry hopped, as most American style Pale Ales are – this is traditional for the style in the quest to always turn the hop dial to 11. Dry hopping is when hop pellets are added either at the end of the boil or even in the fermenting tank, this process greatly enhances the aromatic qualities of the beer, showcasing the classic West Coast hop profile. 

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$5.00

*All prices include applicable taxes and bottle deposit.

Reviews

  1. 5

    My friends and I recently visited Sidney from North Carolina, USA. We tried the Kitchen Party Ale and it became our favorite. We also learned what Kitchen Party really means. ?❤

  2. 5

    It’s a pleasant smelling taste, but definitely an odd one. Makes me feel like i’m camping. I dig it.

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