We were first introduced to Liberty Village Brewing a few months back at an event at The Only in the East end. I don’t remember much from that night but do know the guy there was incredibly friendly.
I had this beer at the Speakeasy bar just behind the Chill Ice House. It was served in a basic pint glass. This is a dry hopped American style pale ale so I expect it to be hoppy and filled with grapefruit.
At the moment it looks like they contract their brewing to Cool Brewing.
Good news! 504 Pale Ale will be available at the LCBO soon. It will cost $2.95 a bottle and it sits at 5.3% ABV.
Appearance: unfiltered light orange. White head.
Aroma: Grapefruit. Like, hardcore Grapefruit. Should have some with brunch.
Taste: Much lighter than expected. Grapefruit and mint with some tropical fruits.
Aftertaste: slight bitterness and dry.
Overall: A great American pale ale. I enjoyed every sip. Will seek it out wherever I go.
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