A wheat ale where we balanced the orange, spice and hops to make an easy drinking beer. We used a light hand with all additions so no element should stick out. Can be enjoyed with a fresh slice of orange.
A summer favourite! An easy drinking wheat ale with raspberry and blackberry puree. The fruit is fermented out leaving a dry, slightly sweet beer.
Sometimes you have to duck the rope and try something new. Our first duck into the world of sour beer! We went a little outta bounds with this one. New England IPA base, heavily dry hopped with Sabro and Motueka, and layered with hand cut vanilla beans, lactose sugar and apricot purée. What came out the other side was a long fall line of tart beer bursting with citrus flavours.
The easiest drinking beer we have on tap. This Helles style lager uses German Pilsner and Vienna malt. The beer is malt forward with a touch of lemon and grass from the Hallertau Mittelfrüh and Loral hops.
We combined our love for dark and hoppy beers. Big bread/caramel malt flavour with citrus, floral and a little dankness from the combination of Citra, Simcoe, Centennial, Chinook and Loral hops.
Fermented with a lager yeast and conditioned for 6 weeks, this beer showcases the bready/toasty flavour of German Munich malt. The addition of a small amount of huskless roasted malt gives it a bit more complexity and colour without the harshness associated with roasted malts. This beer is a good alternative to the Whiskey Six Scotch Ale for those looking for a bit more drinkability.
This creamy stout balances the heavy roasted malt and coffee flavour with the sweetness of lactose sugar. With hints of chocolate and brown sugar this beer is sure to please most dark beer drinkers.
With ski season in full swing we designed a beer that pairs perfectly with a big day at the hill or in the backcountry. Wheat beer base with a heavy whirlpool and dry hop addition of Idaho 7, Mosaic, Citra and Vic Secret. Tropical fruit aroma and flavour, low in bitterness and as soft as a fresh powder day!