Muskoka Brewery’s Blue Buried Treasure Pale Ale – inspired by Kawartha Dairy ice cream
New for 2021 and available in limited quantity, Blue Buried Treasure Pale Ale is inspired by Kawartha Dairy’s Blue Buried Treasure ice cream. True to the original frozen treat, each sip has dominant blueberry flavour swirled with a creamy finish. You’ll be scooping seconds of this one!
Previous Kawartha Dairy collaborations include Key Lime Pie Pale Ale (2020), Black Raspberry Thunder Milkshake IPA (2019), and Salty Caramel Truffle Bock (2018).
Blue Buried Treasure is currently available only at the brewery, but soon to be at the LCBO just in time for spring and summer sippin! Check out their full collection of beers here, also small batch gin and seltzers.
STYLE: Lactose Pale Ale
AVAILABILITY: Limited Release $3.75
COLOUR: Deep Magenta
CALORIES: 60.8 per 100ml
CARBS (g/100g): 9.52
MALTS: 2-row, Dextrapils, and Flaked Oats.
FLAVOUR: Bursting with juicy blueberry and pomegranate, creamy mouthfeel enhances decadent sweet vanilla.
AROMA: Sweet blueberries and cream, warm vanilla, and tart pomegranate.
FINISH: Lingering combination of sweet and tart.
FOOD PAIRINGS: Blueberry cheesecake, rib eye steak, charcuterie with a horseradish spread.
There should be lot’s more coming out of the brewery this year as well, as they ramp up for their 25th anniversary celebrations this June.
Muskoka Brewery is now sold in most provinces across Canada and are looking to widen their reach even more. They strive to lead the beer industry and freshness, and educate consumers on the importance of quality beer, by reducing their environmental impact through sustainable packaging and other initiatives. Programs like our Moonlight Kettle Series support brewery education and allow them to explore new styles and market trends.
For over 80 years, Kawartha Dairy has been proud to be a 100% Canadian-owned company, still operated by the same family that started it back in the beginning. Although it has grown tremendously from its early days, it remains headquartered in Bobcaygeon, Ontario, where it was founded. In 1937 Jack and Ila Crowe took a leap of faith and bought a small dairy in Bobcaygeon. Jack had learned the trade while working for Oshawa Dairy but the newly renamed Kawartha Dairy didn’t bear much resemblance to that larger big city firm. At that time it consisted of a small, simple three room building, where the cold storage area was cooled with ice cut from the lake.
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