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Proper Info on The In Seine Pale Ale From Surgenor

June 2, 2010

Assuming you don’t read Canadian Beer News here it is.

Surgenor Brewing Company pays tribute to the fishing industry of the West Coast with their new craft brew, In Seine Pale Ale.

Opening in February of 2009 Surgenor Brewing Company is fast becoming a household name in the Comox Valley and across Vancouver Island. After recently celebrating their first anniversary with their signature Red House Ale and Steam Donkey Lager, the In Seine Pale Ale is the dawn of a new horizon for the folks at Surgenor.

Bob Surgenor President of Surgenor Brewing says that, “we are not just celebrating our new product but also honouring those that have been fishing these waters for many years, a very tough job. The fishing industry like logging has been the very back bone of BC’s economy throughout the years.”

Long hours, hard work and bad weather are enough to keep most people on land.

But if you ask commercial fishermen about fishing for a living they will tell you a different story. They will tell you about the breath-taking beauty of the open ocean, about the great excitement of a good catch of fish and about the personal satisfaction of a hard day’s work.

Fishermen are self-reliant, strong and adventurous.

It is with that “never quit” attitude that we present our In Seine Pale Ale.

A classic pale ale with a rich fragrant bouquet, a blast of premium hop aromas ending in a smooth slightly sweet finish.

Enjoy a breath of fresh West Coast air….enjoy In Seine Pale Ale.

If you’ve tried it let me know.


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