Recently I went out for dinner at the BNA Brewing Co. Eatery with my Mum and Aunt in Kelowna. At the time I was too engrossed in the moment to take any notes or photos for a blog post, but in retrospect it would have been nice to take some photos of the charming interior.
While we were there, I had a tasting flight that consisted of the No. 6 Wred Red Ale, the Earl Pale Ale, and a third, less memorable beer. I also had some delicious pasta. I’m glad that more places like this are popping up around the Okanagan, with the focus on good beer and food, rather than cheap beer and TVs.
Afterwards I picked up a 4 pack of the intriguing Earl Pale Ale. One evening when Tasha was over, we wrote down some tasting notes with the help of my parents and Murmur by R.E.M.
On vinyl of course, just like the label shows!
BNA Earl Pale Ale
Appearance: beautiful deep copper, foamy head
Nose: mangoes, some hops
Palate: smooth, nearly balanced with hop dominance
Finish: earl grey tea (noticeably stronger on draught) long lasting
Rating: 3/5 Good