Nickel Brook to Release 5 Fruit Sours

BURLINGTON, ON – Nickel Brook announced today it will be releasing a series of new additions to its popular Über family using local Ontario fruit. Starting with Cherry Über on August 18, the releases will also include Apricot, Yellow Plum, Blue Plum, Nectarine and Peach Übers, all brewed with real fruit from Sunnydale Farms.

“We had an opportunity to work with some very fresh, very local fruit and we decided to showcase these incredible flavours by adding them to our sour Berliner base” said Funk Master Patrick Howell. “The Berlinerweisse is a great medium to really let the full fruit flavour be expressed.”

Cherry Über will be available in the Nickel Brook Bottle Shop starting Friday August 18, and on tap at select licensees starting the following week. Yellow Plum and Apricot Übers will be released in the Bottle Shop September 1, with kegs going out starting Sept 5. Peach, Nectarine and Blue Plum will be available mid-to-late September. Details of licensees pouring Übers will be available on Nickel Brook’s social media feeds.

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