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  Dexter, Mich. – Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales, the first all wild, oak-aged brewery in the United States, announces the launch of a new canning line for their wild ales. The first beers off the line will be year-round favorites, Bam Bière and Calabaza Blanca. They are also releasing Hyrrokkin, the first release of a new fruite ...

JOLLY PUMPKIN TRANSITIONING ITS WILD ALES FROM BOTTLES TO CANS

Dexter, Mich. Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales, the first all wild, oak-aged brewery in the United States, announces the launch of a new canning line for their wild ales. The first beers off the line will be year-round favorites, Bam Bière and Calabaza Blanca. They are also releasing Hyrrokkin, the first release of a new fruited seasonal saison series.

“I’m super excited to be able to bring some of our favorite beers, such as Bam Bière and Calabaza Blanca, and a new favorite, Hyrrokkin, into cans. They are lightweight, convenient, and environmentally friendly. Perfect for any occasion, indoors, or outdoors” said Ron Jeffries, Founder, and Chief Squeegie Operator.

Bam Bière is a low-calorie farmhouse ale that is golden, naturally cloudy, can-conditioned, and dry-hopped for a tasty & delicious balance of spicy malts, hops, and yeast. Bam Bière has won medals in numerous competitions, was named one of the top 25 beers in America by Men’s Journal, and has a RateBeer score of 95.

Calabaza Blan

Source: Mitten Brew

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