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*9 Mile Legacy Hybrid Vigour*

Amber Ale

Saskatoon, SK (Canada)

Alc.: 5.0%

Volume: 473mL

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Smell

Clean ale aroma right down the middle – a slightly sweet and earthy malt aroma, a touch of grassy hops, and a hint of sweet fruit.

Taste

The taste is mild and takes a bit of time to develop, so don’t let it slide past you. The malt is sweet, but not cloying or syrupy. The hint of hops remains in the background, cutting through the sweetness and providing balance. The body is smooth and clean, excellently quenching thirst. The whole taste finishes up fairly quick with a slightly dry turn and leaving behind only a taste of sweet malt.

Pairing

A great pub food contender. This beer would pair up nicely with any Bacon and Cheddar burger out there.

Sight

Pours a light golden colour with a clear body and low carbonation. A thick layer of pillowy foam pours from the can and eases down to a thin cap.

Color (Standard Reference Method)
SRM 12
Style
Amber Ale
Bitterness (International Bitterness Units)
IBU 15
Recommended Stemware
Pint

Description

Shawn Moen and Garret Pederson began their brewing journey when a friend of Shawn’s family got rid of a homebrewing kit, putting it in the pair’s hands. It took almost 7 years of brewing different styles in the garage before the pair decided it was time to put their future in the hands of Mother Malt. 9 Mile Legacy Brewing opened in 2015 in Saskatoon with three pale ales scrawled on a chalkboard. It only took two years for the brewery to move to a new location, massively scaling up their production. Their taproom remains in the same spot, sporting live music, tasty snacks, and quality craft brew.Shawn and Garrety continue their quest to this day, putting out quality beers on a backbone of locally sourced components. The Hybrid Vigour is an Amber ale with a beautiful body, smooth and slightly sweet malt flavour and low hop profile. Serves well at 8°C and can stay in the beer cooler for up to six months.

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