A New England-style IPA is an ale that’s been heavily hopped, with a very hazy, almost tropical punch-like appearance, thanks to the addition of flour, oats or wheat, and packed with juicy fruit flavours like mango, grapefruit and orange. Exile has a pale, hazy lemon appearance with a creamy mouth feel and pleasing prickly bitterness and carbonation. Its flavour is super juicy, bursting with heaps of pink grapefruit, green mango and tangerine.
Long-lasting mocha head with a deep, opaque molasses-hued body. On the nose is rich treacle and caramel aromas with burnt baker’s chocolate and medium bitterness on the palate. Take this stout out of the fridge at least 20 minutes before serving; the complex, volatile aromas are optimal at warmer temperatures.
Intense yellow but slightly hazy. Clean nose of light fresh hops with notes of coriander and citrus. Smooth rich texture, light acidity and a nice round finish. Very refreshing.
Hazy straw colour in the glass with mild citrus, malty and yeasty aromas. Medium weight, with citrus flavours and a touch of sweetness, delivered in a creamy texture with gentle effervescence and a refreshingly dry nutty and hoppy hit on the finish. Easy-to-like ale with some character.
Fresh Pristine Bay oysters from the East Coast contribute a subtle briny note to this roasted stout. The first sniff reveals light chocolate, toast and a hint of red liquorice. A light-bodied brew with medium to light carbonation and tiny bubbles. On the sip, there are notes of dark chocolate and an earthy saline note thanks to the oysters.
This Belgian-style Saison pours a medium gold with a rocky, bright white cap. The dominant aromas are spicy arugula, peach and apricots. Light-bodied with high carbonation. Grassy hop and apricot pith flavours play on the palate. Because of the spice and herbal notes, this beer style pairs well with most foods. Try it with a roast chicken seasoned with spices like thyme, rosemary and white pepper.