Langley, BC – Get ready to feel the hops tingle your taste buds as Trading Post Brewery launches its latest beer. And this time, it’s only available at CRAFT Beer Market in Vancouver, and Trading Post Brewery in Langley.
“Craft Restaurant is one of the premier leaders in craft beer and are involved in pushing the boundaries in craft beer and beer in general. Without companies like this, breweries do not have as much of a voice,” says Trading Post Director of Brewery Operations, John Ohler.
The new beer for CRAFT is made with a cutting edge brewing technique executed by brewmaster Tony Dewald. “The Dark Tart Farmhouse Ale is an experimental beer brewed in a very unique way of blending two beers that have produced the tartness and deep complexity creating a new style in craft beer.”
“One of the core values here at Craft Beer Market is to support local, so we are extremely excited about this exclusive partnership with Trading Post Brewing and looking forward to the much-anticipated release of the Dark Farmhouse Ale this week!” says Ewen Coles, Bar Manager, Craft Beer Market. This one-of-a-kind brew is featured on CRAFT’s fall Rotating Handles menu. Coles adds this one might be a crowd favourite this autumn.
The Dark Tart Farmhouse Ale launches on Wednesday, September 21st at CRAFT Beer Market in Vancouver, and is available right now at Trading Post Brewery along with the Taphouse and Eatery in Langley and Fort Langley.
For more information about Trading Post Brewing, visit tradingpostbrewing.com.