Shows hazy light amber in the glass with green herbal hoppy and nutty malt aromas. Citrus and malty flavours with medium weight in the mouth finish with typical IPA bitter hop character and smoky dryness.
Using German Huell Melon hops exclusively, this blonde amber ale shows a creamy persistent head with yeasty, nutty and floral hoppy aromas. Fruity and nutty malt flavours are balanced by a firm hit of bitterness on the refreshingly dry finish.
Grab this porter from Toronto brewpub Indie Alehouse to take the edge off those cold winter nights. Made with a hefty amount of oats to add creaminess to the body, the thick oats also smooth out the 7.2% ABV ale. Notes of dark chocolate and medium-roast coffee mark the aroma and palate. Serve with a mild blue cheese and charcuterie or make it the centre of a beer brunch.
Infused with Earl Grey tea and fresh-zested oranges, the aroma of this saison begins with orange marmalade. As it warms, notes of bergamot and black pepper come to the forefront of this hazy, orange ale carbonated like a fine champagne.
Aromas of dark-roasted coffee and Dairy Milk Fruit & Nut Bar mark the nose of this milk stout from Ottawa’s Kichesippi Beer Company. The sip begins with dark chocolate moving to a sweet, creamy centre before finishing dry and roasty. The lush, creamy mouthfeel makes it a perfect pairing with dessert instead of coffee.
Pouring a sparkling copper hue, this Extra Special Bitter is all about balance. Aromas of toasted whole wheat bread, Digestive biscuits and a hint of coffee marry up with floral and citrusy hop notes. On the palate flavours of caramel and toffee shine through. Serve with hearty winter dishes like stew, chicken and lentils or curries.
Crafted by venerated brewmaster Paul Dickey, this IPA’s juicy, tropical fruit hop flavours are balanced by a robust caramel character. Pouring a deep, bright orange with a fluffy white head, expect aromas of pine, guava and pineapple. This ale has big bitterness, but it’s smooth-drinking. Sip it ice cold.