Hucklejack Canadian Lager

473 mL can  |   LCBO#:  15884
$2.85
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    All Canadian craft lager, created by celebrated Country Music star, Dean Brody. Brewed in Ontario, and enhanced with a hint of huckleberry. This pours a golden colour and has notes of malt, toasted grain, huckleberry, citrus and bread. Light, crisp and fruity with balanced hops on a refreshing finish. A great refresher.

    PRODUCT DETAILS

    473 mL can
    Alcohol/Vol:
    5%
    Made In:
    Ontario, Canada
    By:
    Dirt Road Touring
    Style:
    Light & Fruity
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    PRODUCT DETAILS

    473 mL can
    Alcohol/Vol:
    5%
    Made In:
    Ontario, Canada
    By:
    Dirt Road Touring
    Style:
    Light & Fruity

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