MadTree Brewing Co. is making a change to its canned beer offerings.
After three years, the Cincinnati-based is placing its Gnarly Brown Ale on hiatus while the name is retooled.
Luckily, in a related move, MadTree is replacing it with its PSA, or Proper Session Ale, pale ale. PSA has been a “taproom favorite” according to MadTree’s website. It has a 4.5 percent ABV, 30 IBU, and will be available in 12-ounce cans. PSA will be hitting store shelves starting in early March and Gnarly Brown should still be on shelves for the next few months.
For those looking for either of these beers now, PSA is available on a limited draft basis, and small-batch Gnarly Brown variants will be available at special events, such as bourbon barrel-aged, Mexican Hot Chocolate, Black Currant, and Coffee and Vanilla Nitro.