Pumphouse Crafty Radler Peach and Blood Orange (473ml)
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The Pump House brewery is located in Moncton, New Brunswick. They poured their first beer on Sept. 3, 1999 at 4 p.m. Since then, owners Shaun and Lilia Fraser, have received many awards and accolades while working hard to keep the brewery and namesake Pump House Restaurant moving forward and ever-expanding. Why the name Pump House? Well, it’s a question many people ask and has to do with the fact Shaun is a full-time fireman at the Moncton Fire Department.
Fresh and vibrant aromas of blood orange zest, peach juice, and light beer that lead into a palate of intense juicy stone fruit and citrus flavours. The mouthfeel is refreshing with just a little bit of sweetness to balance the beer, and no lingering bitterness. A true Summertime sipper!
Made with Pumphouse craft beer and blended with peach and bloodorange juice. The term Radler means “cyclist” in German, where the popularity of cycling and the need for a post ride refreshment spawned the idea mixing beer and fruit juice.