A stroll through the park, a day at the beach, a picnic under a tree, it’s definitely springtime in Vancouver. In that spirit, Stanley Park Brewing has released its long-awaited Park Sesh Lager. Clean, crisp and sessionable, it’s an easy-drinking craft lager perfect for sunny days.
Stanley Park Brewing Park Sesh
The brew itself is made with a unique blend of Sterling and Saphir hops and Superior Pilsner and Munish malts, giving it a biscuity flavour and very low bitterness at 5% ABV and 12 IBU.
Park Sesh is a great everyday beer that pairs perfectly with your SPF 30, your favourite backyard lawn chair, and your bubble (while maintaining social distance of course). Not to mention pairing it with your picnic bites or BBQ feasts.
“I love making lagers and over the past few years we’ve experimented outside the box with our DayTrip West Coast Lager and our Electro Lager, so now we wanted to take the opportunity to come back and make straight up traditional lager,” says Brewmaster Thom Riley. “We knew we wanted a solid lager on tap at the Brewpub and Park Sesh was born of that need. We’re really excited about this one and can’t wait to cheers with you.”
Look out for Park Sesh Lager in 6 pack cans at your local retail liquor store, order it online, or find it on tap at select bars and restaurants across British Columbia and Alberta. Of course you can also enjoy it on the patio at the Stanley Park Restaurant & Brewpub (8901 Stanley Park Dr) which is within the park and just a few steps from the beach.
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I have a Stanley Park Brewing Park Sesh prize pack to give away (value $120) that includes: Park Sesh Lager 6pk, cooler, metal cup, metal straws, bamboo sticks, tote, hat, and beeswax wrap.
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Must be 19+. Please enjoy responsibly. I will draw one winner at random from all entries at 12:00pm on Wednesday, May 5, 2021.
Related: A Natural Partnership, Stanley Park Brewing and Stanley Park Ecology Society
UPDATE The winner is Natalie D!