The Darkness Oatmeal Stout
Now Available in Cans at our Retail Shop
The final iteration of our pale ale project marks the conclusion of our experimental phase. The winning hop combination from 8 previous pilot batches was the power trio of Centennial, Amarillo and Citra. Never a bad time for a crisp and refreshing all season session ale.
Not your bavarian grandfather's wheat beer. Rather than adorn the glass with a fresh slice of citrus we choose to infuse the entire batch with a veritable orchard of grapefruit zest. This american style wheat ale utilizes a west coast american hop bill to emphasize the use of citrus in the brewing process. Move over mimosa, this town ain't big enough for the both of us.
Our flagship IPA is our go-to all season beverage. Rye comprises a third of the all-Canadian grain bill which offers its characteristic sweetness and spice. Our personified lumberjack, Rye Guy, finds it’s unbreakable log-rolling balance with an array of juicy west coast hops. Tastes great with spicy food and looks great with beards, plaid and general wilderness etiquette.
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.
What lurks in the husks of chocolate malt and roasted barley? Why, the necessary brew-stuff to produce a robust and creamy stout emanating boldly roasted coffee and dark chocolate flavours. The richness of the roast finds it's textural delivery by way of a velvet oatmeal blanket.
Brewed in the spirit of freshly canned Vermont beers, this IPA is intensely dry-hopped with Citra & Mosaic to produce a rich floral and citrus bouquet with bittering support coming from Amarillo and Centennial. The pale malt bill puts the sumptuous hop profile into focus, coalescing in a bright and refreshing east coast IPA.
This beer pays homage to the indispensable hop yards that grow our beloved green flowers. Columbus hops happen to be one of the grandfather varietals that were fundamental in the creation of the modern IPA and remain timeless to this day. This beer was heavily dry-hopped with Columbus, slightly less heavily dry-hopped with Amarillo and indeed exhibits flavours of resinous pine with a smooth earthy spiciness. In our version of heaven the pearly gates are emerald and wrapped with infinite coils of lupulus!
Hold on to your lederhosen! We brewed our version of an Oktoberfestbier to bring the party back once more before next year. Novemberfest is a copper coloured festbier that underwent cold fermentation for that mildly malty and crisp flavour designed for repeat stein fillings.
We brewed Mullet to complement Party Animal our Double Belgium IPA. Mullet comes in at a lower ABV, but is still heavy loaded with back end hops, which produces notes of pineapple, mango and red grape. Despite the pounds of hops that go into this beer it is not bitter. Instead it has a malty sweetness similar to a sweet bread that compliments the hop profile and the banana, clove, phenolic of the Belgium yeast.
Boasting a complex flavour profile derived from a rich malt base and Scottish ale yeast,The grain and yeast profile unite for a delectable unity of caramel candies finishing with a warming spice reminiscent of scottish liqueur. Virtue comes with intangible moments like storming the front lines, with nothing but the breeze in your loins and a thistle full of scotch ale in your hand!Werthers originals meets scottish ale spice finish with a modest alcohol heat to fight off the cold.
It`s so simple, take our best selling flagship wheat ale and tweak it. An abundant portion of orange zest in lieu of grapefruit alongside an equally healthy dose of mosaic hops deliver a fruity twist on a perennial favourite.
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