What Should We Brew to Celebrate
the BTP 3 Year Party? You Decide!
Probably our most to-style beer. We aimed to make a very malt-forward ale utilizing traditional ingredients that would have been used for a bitter. And, in BTP style, we upped the ante with boatloads of East Kent Goldings hops to give off a massive floral, grassy and citrusy aroma, followed by an amazingly balanced flavour, plus a big hop-forward finish with lots of sweet malt.
Grapefruit zest and pulp are used to insert the character of the fruit into the beer, and hops are carefully selected to emphasize the citrus notes. Don’t expect this to taste like the first course of Sunday breakfast; the fruit flavour is subtle, and the bitter quality of the grapefruit is balanced by a bit of sweetness in the finish.
Rye Guy is a West Coast style IPA that uses a ton of rye malt as part of the all-Canadian grain bill. American hops give it distinctive citrus and pine notes. The result is a crisp, full-bodied beer that is surprisingly sessionable for 52 IBUs.
Think you've tasted a robust stout? Think again. The Darkness is an incredibly dark and creamy beer that will overwhelm the palate with loads of dark chocolate and coffee flavours.
The granddaddy of our Rye Guy IPA. More grain! More hops! The result is an incredibly flavourful yet balanced Imperial IPA. A big malt flavour up front presents in the form of rich caramel and serves to balance the high bitterness of a beer weighing in at 90 IBUs. The result is a nice, lingering, spicy taste on the tongue that is sure to make you feel super.
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