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*O'Creek Corigan*

Pale Ale

Alc.: 5.0%

Volume: 473mL

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Smell

A big whiff of tropical fruit muddled together with a sharp citrus rind to cut through the sweetness. The hops provide a beautiful combination of floral and pine notes.

Taste

The fruit reverses position with the hops compared to the nose, with a piney and floral kick coming on right at the start of the taste. This eases back though to let the fruit in and balance everything. The pine really sticks with it though, continuing to roll on the palate after the fruit and floral components have left. The mouthfeel is slightly dry and the finish leaves behind the hops.

Pairing

A strong recommendation from the brewer to get your cheese board out and enjoy a variety with this beer.

Sight

Pours a light golden colour with a clear body and low carbonation. A thick head of sticky foam rests on top of the pour.

Color (Standard Reference Method)
SRM 6
Style
Pale Ale
Bitterness (International Bitterness Units)
IBU 36
Recommended Stemware
Pint

Description

Patrice Daigle began as many do, by purchasing a home brewing kit and getting his first brews perfected in the basement. Despite the small setup, Patrice was putting out a serious amount of micro-brew, fulfilling contracts with distribution groups. But in 2021 the opportunity to take the operation to the next level presented itself. Partnering up with a couple other beer lovers and transforming a disused warehouse space into a full-blown brewing facility, O’Creek Brewing came into its own. While it’s been a long road, the thriving community of craft beer lovers in New Brunswick have helped to keep O’Creek Brewing going and getting their major releases up to speed. The Corigan is an American Pale Ale that was part of the original basement experimentation and became the first beer canned at the full brewery when it got off the ground. Clean and refreshing, with citrus and fruit notes. Serves well at 8°C and should be cracked open soon.

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