1919 Launches In Saskatchewan

 

It is with great honour to announce that Little Brown Jug Brewing’s “1919” has officially launched in Saskatchewan. Little Brown Jug is a production brewery in an old livery on the edge of the Exchange District in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Since opening in December 2016, their flagship beer “1919” has become a major favourite among both craft and non-craft beer drinkers alike in Manitoba.

Little Brown Jug’s core values are Honesty, Quality and Community. These values inform everything they do, from how their product is produced, the community events they host, their relationship with their accounts, and how they strive for innovation through their beer making, efficiency and environmental practices.

Please see below where you can find “1919” in Saskatchewan.

 

About the beer:

“1919” is an easy-drinking everyday Belgian Pale Ale. Our beer is made using the traditional German kräusening, or double-fermentation technique. This cleans up beer flavours, naturally carbonates the beer, and gives it better head retention. 1919 is made with premium Canadian malts and specialty Franco-Belges malts to give it unique characteristics.

 

Tasting Notes:

Spicy and Herbal Aroma

Strawberry Blonde In Colour

Low Bitterness

Malt Flavours of Freshly Baked Bread

Dry and Balanced Finish

ABV: 5%

IBU: 20

SRM: 10

 

Where you can find “1919” in Saskatchewan:

Assiniboia – Sask Liquor: 2nd Ave

Battleford – Sobey’s Liquor

Biggar – Sask Liquor: 1st Ave E

Carlyle – Sask Liquor: Railway Ave E

Colonsay – Co-op Association

Craven – Wolf’s General Store

Creighton – Sask Liquor: Main St

Dalmeny – Hepburn Co-op

Emerald Park – Sobey’s Liquor

Esterhazy – Sask Liquor: Maple St

Estevan – Sask Liquor: King St

Grenfell – Hometown Co-op

Humboldt – Sask Liquor: 8th St

Humboldt – Sobey’s Liquor

Kindersley – Sobey’s Liquor

La Ronge – Sask Liquor: La Ronge Ave

Melville – Sobey’s Liquor

Moose Jaw – Sask Liquor: Manitoba St E
Moose Jaw – Sobey’s Liquor
Moose Jaw – Urban Cellars

Nipawin – Cooney’s on First
Nipawin – Sask Liquor: 1st St W

North Battleford – Sask Liquor: 101st St

Outlook – In Good Spirits Liquor Company

Preeceville – Thirsty Dogz Liquor

Prince Albert – Sask Liquor: 9th St E
Prince Albert – Lake Country Co-op

Regina – Sask Liquor: Broadway
Regina – Sask Liquor: Dewdney
Regina – Sask Liquor: Normanview
Regina – Sask Liquor: North Albert
Regina – Sask Liquor: South Albert
Regina – Sask Liquor: Quance Street
Regina – Willow Park Wine and Spirits
Regina – Sobey’s Liquor: Rochdale
Regina – Sobey’s Liquor: Southland Mall
Regina – Sobey’s Liquor: Victoria Square
Regina – Metro Liquor
Regina – All Seasons
Regina – Urban Cellars: Golden Mile
Regina – Urban Cellars: Quance

Saskatoon – Sask Liquor: 2nd Ave
Saskatoon – Sask Liquor: 8th St
Saskatoon – Sask Liquor: Lawson
Saskatoon – Sask Liquor: Confederation
Saskatoon – Sask Liquor: University Heights
Saskatoon – Co-op Liquor: 8th Street
Saskatoon – Co-op Liquor: Blairmore
Saskatoon – Co-op Liquor: Meadows Market
Saskatoon – Co-op Liquor : Shillington
Saskatoon – Sobery’s Liquor: Lawson
Saskatoon – Sobey’s Liquor: Stonebridge
Saskatoon – Sobey’s Liquor: Preston
Saskatoon – Sobey’s Liquor: University Heights
Saskatoon – Metro Liquor
Saskatoon – Urban Cellars: Cumberland

Swift Current – Sask Liquor: Springs Dr

Tisdale – Sobey’s Liquor

Unity – Delta Co-op

Weyburn – Co-op

Yorkton – Sask Liquor: Broadway
Yorkton – Sobey’s Liquor: Broadway
Yorkton – Rayzer’s Cellar

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