SAN DIEGO — Saint Archer Brewing Co., a craft brewery located in San Diego, CA is pleased to announce the release of Mandarina Pale Ale in cans and on draft. The freshly canned, limited release seasonal brew will be available in 12 oz. six packs in select stores throughout California, Hawaii, Alaska, Oregon, Nevada, Washington and Arizona as well as on draft in multiple locations and the San Diego tasting room. This Friday, the community is invited to a launch event from 4-9pm at the tasting room in Miramar, which will give them the opportunity to be the first to taste this limited release.
Mandarina Pale Ale is a fruity wheat beer, using fresh lemon peel, coupled with hops from three continents in Citra, Mandarina Bavaria, Hallertau Blanc, and Nelson Sauvin, to highlight the bright, citrusy character in hop forward beers. This hoppy brew is the perfect beer for summer.
MANDARINA PALE ALE STATS
Name: Mandarina Pale Ale
Stats: 5.0% ABV, 30 IBUs
Availability: Seasonal availability in cans and on draft beginning on April 20
Distribution: California, Hawaii, Alaska, Oregon, Nevada, Washington, Arizona
About Saint Archer Brewing Co.
Saint Archer Brewing Co. is a craft brewery located in San Diego, CA. The brewery began operations in 2013, and currently operates in a 57,000 sq. ft., 5 vessel, 40 barrel brew house amongst a host of 120 and 400 barrel fermenters. Available in 7 states across the pacific region, with plans to expand into 2 more in the coming year, Saint Archer produces roughly 40,000 barrels of beer each year. Saint Archer has brought home a host of 15 awards, most notably the White Ale earning a Gold Medal from the 2014 Great American Beer Festival.
The tasting room is located in Miramar in the heart of the expanding beer scene, open to the public 7 days a week, pouring over 18 core and specialty beer varieties, a weekly rotating cask and brewery exclusive releases.
Saint Archer is owned by MillerCoors but operates autonomously with full control of their beer production and brewing and creative process. For more information, please go to www.saintarcherbrewery.com.