Okanagan Spring launches new beer

Sonder Hefe is an unfiltered, German-style wheat beer made with a yeast strain that gives it a malty aroma

Okanagan Spring Brewery has introduced a new product

Okanagan Spring Brewery has expanded its selection of beers.

Sonder Hefe is an unfiltered, German-style wheat beer made with a yeast strain that gives it a malty aroma and banana-clove flavours.

“Sonder Hefe is a crisp, light gold, smooth beer with a malty aroma and a dry, yet refreshing finish,” said brewmaster, Stefan Tobler.

“In keeping with our commitment to purity, it’s brewed according to the Bavarian Purity Law of 1516, using only four ingredients, barley, hops, water and yeast. This is truly a beer to complement any occasion and is best paired with roasted chicken, pork and rich seafood dishes like salmon or scallops.”

The new summer beer is in liquor stores now in bottles, cans and craft packs.

Sonder Hefe will also be available in the new Okanagan Spring Hefeweizen Pack available in June, along with Lime Hefe and Ginger Hefe.

Marking its 30th anniversary, Okanagan Spring is brewed in Vernon, where it was first founded.

The Okanagan Spring portfolio includes Okanagan Spring 1516 Bavarian Lager, Okanagan Spring Pale Ale, Okanagan Spring Cloudy Amber Ale, Okanagan Spring Porter and Okanagan Spring Brewmaster’s Black Lager.

 

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