Two Wolves Great Plains Brown Ale

Our dark brew, Two Wolves Great Plains Brown Ale is a well-balanced beer with a deep copper colour and aromas of roasted malt, cocoa and caramel. This highly engaging beer is medium bodied and bright with a high carbonation and pairs well with most foods.

18 IBU (International Bitterness Units) / 5.5% ABV (Alcohol by Volume)

The Two Wolves Great Plains Brown Ale, derives its name from the Great Plains wolf, also known as the buffalo wolf, or dusky wolf, is a subspecies of gray wolf whose range once extended throughout the Great Plains from southern Manitoba and Saskatchewan.

Food Pairing

This all-season beer is refreshing enough to pair with light foods, and bold enough to stand with rich, heavy meals - excellent with pork and beef, root and winter vegetables, stews and barbecues alike.

Brown Ale History

Brown ales can be traced back to the English brewers from the 1700s. The term “brown ale” was used generally to describe porters and stouts rather than one specific style. When the drum malt roaster was invented in 1817, black patent malt was produced for the first time, and a distinction was made between beers from black patent (stouts and porters) and brown beers.

Two Wolves is proudly brewed in collaboration with Factory Brewing, in Vancouver, BC.