Hops & Grain is stoked to announce they are adding another can to its permanent line-up! Beginning today, September 28, the hugely popular A Pale Mosaic is available for purchase in cans on Austin shelves.  Earlier this year A Pale Mosaic was released on draught at several local watering holes, and due to the overwhelming positive reception of the ale, Hops & Grain made the decision to get this bad boy canned, making it even more widely available.

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Photo: Annie Ray

A Pale Mosaic begins with a German Pale Ale malt base with small additions of Vienna for added breadiness and body. The bittering charge comes in the form of Oregon grown Nugget hops, with the dry-hopping consisting of 80% Mosaic and 20% blend of some of Hops & Grain’s favorite complimentary hops.

A Pale Mosaic isn’t the only change to the year-round permanent line-up. Hops & Grain will start offering a few of their cans seasonally including ALT-eration, Pale Dog and a yet to be announced summer beer. ALT-eration will come back with its seasonal debut in October and will be available through January. Pale Dog will make an appearance from February through May. The One They Call Zoe, Greenhouse IPA and Porter Culture will all still be available year-round.

To celebrate the can release, Hops & Grain has planned several events around town. Members of the Hops & Grain team will be at different locations throughout the week. Fans can stop by the stores, pick up a six-pack of A Pale Mosaic and chat with the brewers. Below is a list of the different launch events.


 

Monday, September 28, 5-6 p.m.

East 1st Grocery, 1811 E. Cesar Chavez St, Austin, TX 78702

 

Monday, September 28, 6:30-8 p.m.

WhichCraft Beer Store, 2110 S. Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX 78704

 

Wednesday, September 30, 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Sunrise Mini Mart, 1809 W Anderson Ln, Austin, TX 78757

 

Friday, October 2, 6 p.m.

Craft Pride, 61 Rainey St, Austin, TX 78701

 

Source: Perennial PR

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