MASSIVE BEER REVIEWS: Lunch Pail Ale by Breaker Brewing Company in Wilkes-Barre
Beer: Lunch Pail Ale
Brewery: Breaker Brewing Company
Style: American Pale Ale
Breaker Brewing in Wilkes-Barre has been canning a selection of their beers recently, so over the past two weeks, we’ve reviewed Olde King Coal and Peaches and Dreams Dreamsicle. This week, we have one more can to crack open before we move onto something else entirely.
Lunch Pail Ale (see what they did there?) has been available on tap for a while, but it could be different in a can. “Brewed with cara and crystal malts and dry hopped with cascade hops,” this brew is a bit different from other pale ales in both appearance and taste, so let’s delve deep into the local mines for this review!
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