Hoppy golden ale brewed with Belgian yeast(6% ABV)... fairly light body with a dry finish... notes of pine, citrus and herbs...served unfiltered
The use of buckwheat flour as its manufacturing base of this beer makes exclusive. On a warm brown dress, Sara, lager fermentation, fermented on the lees in the bottle, will satisfy the most seasoned connoisseurs. A unique beer and prestige to be discovered. This beer ABV erratically Has Changed During The Years of production. St...
Imperial DunkelWit from Nøgne Ø is an attempt to combine the best of many brewing cultures. Indeed we hope to please the Belgian ale partisan, the dark ale enthusiast, as well as those who love big ales with this one product. That is a tough ambition. At least we had fun brewing it...... Ingredients: Grimstad water, wheat, m...
Cette bière noire rappelle les courageux soldats du régiment de Carignan-Sallières et leurs fameux chapeaux noirs. En 1665, le roi Louis XIV envoie le régiment en Nouvelle-France pour contrer la menace iroquoise. Il construit plusieurs forts stratégiques le long de la rivière Richelieu, dont le fo...
NOLA Brown Ale was one of our first two flagship ales. This brewery favorite is a light-bodied, full flavored English dark mild ale with notes of chocolate, coffee, caramel, and nuts. High malt flavor and low hops, this is a great session beer with a 4.0%ABV and smooth finish.
This dry Irish stout is smooth and flavorful with excellent malt and chocolate undertones. 4.5% Alc. By Vol. 50 IBU’s
Our Nommo has a brilliant deep amber color and a sweet caramel malt profile. This beer showcases the coriander, cinnamon, and star anise used in the kettle, complementing them with clove and banana notes contributed by the Belgian yeast.
Our version of an India Pale Ale. This straw colored beer is hoppy, hoppy, hoppy.
Cask; Seasonal - November, but may appear at other times. Previously brewed at 5.5%. North Brink Porter is a traditional style English cask porter at 5.0% abv. It is a dark ruby red colour made from Pale Ale, Crystal, Amber and Chocolate malts. The full coffee like dryness of the roasted malt is complimented by English Fuggles hops.
Acme IPA is profoundly hoppy, finished with over a pound of fresh whole hops per barrel. The result of this generous hopping is a beer that is deliciously dry, and eminently drinkable in spite of its apparent strength.