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Simple Things in 6 Packs

Some breweries get fired up over launching an IPA. At Steel & Oak we get fired up over launching a Pilsner.

But this isn’t the type of Pilsner you’re probably used to…

Simple Things is simple in ingredients but by no means is it simple in flavour. We’ve brought in Weyermann Barke Pilsner malt from Germany combined with a collection of Noble hops to create a refreshing aromatic German-style Pilsner with an incredible mouthfeel and a crisp bitterness on the finish. It’s the kind of Pilsner we want to drink.

We first launched Simple Things in tall cans to see if people enjoyed it as much as we did. And they did! So we decided it’s something that we definitely want to have available all year.

Simple Things will be the first 6 pack from us and will stand alone from the S&O Flagship lineup. However, it may not stand alone forever…

Simple Things Pilsner is shipping out now and will only be available in select Metro Vancouver liquor stores and our brewery to start. You will also be able to find it on tap at Darby’s Kits and Darby’s Gastown starting this Friday!

 

 

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