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Yukon Unplugged Public House Ale


Whitehorse, YT (Canada)

Alc.: 5.0%

Volume: 473mL

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A surprisingly mild aroma that hints at the citrus kick and dried apricot. There’s a slightly sour, earthy tone deep in the background that suggests the hops.


The mild aroma telegraphs a mild flavour. The body is rich and smooth, carrying the mild flavours of dried fruit and toasted grain malt. The citrus shows up late in the tasting, mostly as a slightly acidic smacking of lips. The smooth body carries through to the end, finishing up silky with a slight twist of earthy bitterness to let you know it’s all said and done.


A strong partner for nearly anything off the grill. Pair that with some fresh greens with a light, acidic dressing and you got yourself a party.


Pours a dark, honey colour with a clear body and low carbonation. A thin head of honey-tinted, frothy bubbles pours from the glass.

Color (Standard Reference Method)
English "Bitter" Ale
Bitterness (International Bitterness Units)
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Two buddies had an idea as they sat around the fire after a day paddling their canoe. They wanted to build a brewery for the Territory in the North. Something that captured the best spirit of the Yukon and helped to support those who lived and worked there. They decided to brew craft beer. Alan and Bob have changed the gears on the machine a few times, but the same mission has kept them going for nearly 30 years. Today they still operate Yukon Brewing, making good beer and employing good people in Whitehorse to brew it. It’s taken some time, but their beer is starting to make its way across the provinces and even across the oceans, arriving in the beer coolers of all good hearted folk. The Public House Ale hearkens back to classic brewing style but with modern ingredients. The result is full-bodied beer with spice and dried fruit flavours. Serves well at 8°C and can cellar for up to six months.

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