AUSTIN, Texas — Celis Brewery is introducing Celis Pale Bock in aluminum cans. This amber-colored, rich-flavored beer is one of the brand’s original beers first brewed in 1992, but until now it has only been available in bottles and on draft. Beginning June 2018, customers will be able to find and purchase this in-demand beer in 12-ounce cans at Celis beer retailers across the state of Texas. Celis Pale Bock will soon release in 16-ounce cans as well.
“Our original recipe Belgian Pale Bock is a great beer for any occasion,” said Christine Celis, founder of Celis Brewery. “Now that it is available in cans, people can enjoy Celis Pale Bock at their favorite outdoor activities. This is our third heritage beer to be packaged in cans this year. Our Celis White and Celis Raspberry have been incredibly popular in cans, and people have been clamoring for Pale Bock to be distributed in cans too. Here it is.”
Celis Pale Bock is an easy-drinking amber with delicious flavors of berry, malt, and a touch of bitterness at the finish. It is brewed with caramel malts with Saaz, Willamette, and Cascade hops. It is as refreshing on a hot day by the lake, as it is as satisfying with a burger at a cookout.
Celis Pale Bock is available on draft, in bottles, and now in cans at hundreds of bars, restaurants, and retail stores in Texas. All Celis Brewery beers are widely distributed throughout the state.
About Celis Brewery
Celis Brewery, founded by Christine Celis in Austin, Texas, brews Belgian-style ales and other beers, including the original witbier that Pierre Celis brewed in Hoegaarden, Belgium. The brewery is an extension of the Celis family legacy and builds on the award-winning craft beer heritage for which the family is known.