Chinatown restaurant taps Richmond’s Monkey Nine Brewing to create collaborative seasonal ale
Chinatown’s Mamie Taylor’s restaurant has teamed up with Richmond, BC’s Monkey Nine Brewing and its Head Brewer, Travis Lang, to create a collaborative and seasonal house-label ale: Mamie Taylor’s Cold Tea Pale Ale.
Described as a mid-hop, slightly cloudy, American-style Pale Ale by Mamie Taylor’s bar manager, Scotty Marshall, Cold Tea was conceived as the perfect complement to Mamie’s regional American comfort-food menu.
The beer features caramel, wheat, and biscuit malt flavours. “First- and late-hop additions of Citra, Cascade and Centennial, as well as a dry hop with Citra give the Mamie’ Taylor’s Cold Tea Pale Ale a smooth, crushable style with enough hop notes to keep your palate interested,” says Monkey 9 Brewing General Manager Sean Hamilton. “We’ve made a great beer with great guys!”
At a reasonable 5.1% alcohol by volume, Mamie Taylor’s Cold Tea Pale Ale is perfect as a spring and summer sipper, whether on Mamie Taylor’s small and sun-filled street-front patio or while hiding out in the restaurant’s secluded back bar,” says Marshall.
Mamie Taylor’s Cold Tea Pale Ale will be available on tap for $8 a pint beginning Friday, May 6.
About Mamie Taylor’s: At the vanguard of the Vancouver’s reinvigorated Chinatown culinary scene, Mamie Taylor’s is a modern American restaurant specializing in imaginative, regional comfort food with a killer cocktail list. We also have taxidermy.
Address: 251 East Georgia Street Chinatown, Vancouver, B.C.
Phone: (604) 620-8818
Brunch available from 11am-3pm on weekends
Happy Hour: Monday-Friday from 5-6pm, Saturday-Sunday from 3-5pm