Cobblestone Stout has gone organic. Made with a mix of organic pale malt from the prairies and organic roasted malt from the UK, the stout has roasted coffee and subtle vanilla bean flavour with low astringency. The mouthfeel is luscious and velvety with soft carbonation. Try it with Saint Agur, a blue cheese with a tangy bite.
This Peterbourgh Brewery took gold in the highly-competitive Kolsch category at this year’s Canadian Brewing Awards. The key to pulling off a killer Kolsch is a whisper of fruity flavour — and this beer’s apple peel and nectarine aromas hit the mark, all riding on a lightly honeyed malt body. Light, crisp with a soft round bitterness, make it your first brew of the night.
This IPA just won gold at the Canadian Brewing Awards for the English-style IPA category. A rich caramel malt backbone supports the leafy and orange hop notes. Off the Leash IPA is a bright, tangerine-hued ale with a long lasting off-white head.
This German-style pilsener won a gold medal at the 2018 Canadian Brewing Awards. Crafted in Windsor, Ontario, it is expertly balanced and tastes like the soft inside of a fresh baguette mixed with fresh mint and lemon basil, finishing refreshingly bitter and dry.
Brown colour with a dark orange rim. On the nose, you get toffee, soft spicy notes, sweet malt. Medium body with a rich taste and a creamy texture. Very soft and no bitterness in the finish.
Made with 50% wheat and German malt and hops. Very pale yellow with lots of snow white foam. Fresh nose of coriander, announcing sourness in the mouth. Very sour taste, delicate flavour, no bitterness and more carbonic gas is released in the mouth, giving a simple, very refreshing experience.
As its name implies, the beer was aged in a solera system similar to what is used for sherry. Golden yellow, slightly hazy. Light nose, citrusy with floral and delicate notes of hops. Quite acidic (coming from the acidophilus bacteria that exist in the solera) and refreshing. Fully dry and clean taste, short finish.