Fat Head’s Brewery Trail Head Pale Ale Supports Cleveland Metroparks

June 3, 2013

Go off the grid and give back some good vibes. Brewed with whole flower Simcoe and Citra hops, Trail Head Pale Ale from Fat Head’s Brewery directly supports Cleveland Metroparks. Find this limited edition on draft now at the Fat Head’s brewpub in North Olmsted, as well as other select locations throughout Cleveland this summer. Take the trail!

An outdoor enthusiast, Head Brewmaster Matt Cole, wanted to give back to the park system that he and his crew enjoy using regularly. Fifty cents from every pint, $1 from every growler and $5 from every keg of Trail Head Pale Ale sold will be donated to the Cleveland Metroparks Trails Fund. The fund supports the rehabilitation of the park’s more than 270 miles of trails. His goal is to raise between $5,000 and $10,000, with plans to expand the project next year.

TRAIL HEAD PALE ALE
BREWER’S NOTES
Alcohol Content: 6.3% ABV
Beginning Gravity: 15.3 Plato
Ending Gravity: 3.6 Plato
IBU: 55
Color: Copper
Yeast: California
Hops: Simcoe, Citra
Malt: Pale, Munich, Crystal, CaraPils

Fat Head’s Brewery began full-scale production in May, 2012. Fat Head’s got a head start in Pittsburgh in 1992 as a restaurant and premier taphouse. In 2009, they teamed up with brewer Matt Cole to open Fat Head’s Brewery & Saloon in North Olmsted, OH. The new production facility in neighboring Middleburg Heights, OH was built in response to overwhelming customer demand. Fat Head’s Brewery distributes their award-winning ales and lagers throughout Ohio, Indiana and Western Pennsylvania. For more information, visit fatheads.com.

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Contact Info

Company: Fat Head's Brewery
E-mail: beer@fatheads.com