Glendale, AZ — The Arizona Coyotes and SanTan Brewing Company of Chandler, Arizona announced today the debut of its first-ever beer, a new American Pale Ale called Yotes Pale Ale (YPA). The beer will be available on draft at Coyotes games this season at Gila River Arena beginning onWednesday, Nov. 23 when the Coyotes take on the Vancouver Canucks.
Yotes Pale Ale was created as a result of the popularity of IPAs around the country. The team partnered with SanTan Brewing Company to offer fans something they cannot get anywhere else. The color of the American Pale Ale is Coyotes brick red so “Yotes Pale Ale” was an obvious choice for the name. Yotes Pale Ale has an ABV of 5.4% and 40 IBU and was created by flavorful Cascade, Nelson Sauvin and Citra hops.
“The Coyotes and SanTan Brewing Company are very excited to launch this delicious new American Pale Ale for Coyotes fans attending games at Gila River Arena,” said Coyotes President and CEO Anthony LeBlanc. “We are confident that Coyotes beer lovers will enjoy this new beverage and we hope that they will celebrate many Coyotes wins this season with a Yotes Pale Ale.”
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About SanTan Brewing Company
Open since 2007 under the leadership of Founder and Brewmaster, Anthony Canecchia, SanTan Brewing Company has established a strong reputation as one of Arizona’s favorite craft breweries. In addition to brewing, SanTan features a friendly neighborhood brewpub in Downtown Chandler, which has quickly become one of the top local food and beer destinations in the Phoenix metro area. In 2009, SanTan Brewing began distributing their Southwestern Style Ales throughout the state of Arizona, operating with a mission to pair craft beer with craft food that would inspire great conversation and good times. 2014 marked the beginning of taking this journey throughout the Southwest and California. Our belief is that Great Craft Beer and Great Craft Food can be the inspiration for the conversations that can change the world!
About the Arizona Coyotes
The Arizona Coyotes are a professional hockey team that are owned by IceArizona Hockey, LLC., who secured ownership of the franchise on August 5, 2013. The Coyotes are entering their 19th season in the Valley of the Sun. The Coyotes play in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference of the National Hockey League (NHL). On the ice, the Coyotes are led by the league’s longest-serving Captain Shane Doan, one of the NHL’s best defensemen in Oliver Ekman-Larsson, as well as goaltender Mike Smith. Off the ice, the club is led by Owner and Governor Andrew Barroway, Co-Owner, President and CEO Anthony LeBlanc, 2010 GM of the Year Don Maloney and 2010 Jack Adams (top coach) winner Dave Tippett. The Coyotes were founded in 1972 as the original Winnipeg Jets of the World Hockey Association (WHA) and were one of four franchises that joined the NHL when the WHA folded in 1979. The Coyotes moved to the Valley of the Sun on July 1, 1996.