From a smooth fruity pilsner to a juicy pineapple IPA, we hope this curation helps you in welcoming Summer 2019!
9 unique breweries and 9 unique beers - 4285ml
Saison - 4.7% abv. (Guelph)
The second track on the Dinner Music playlist is a barrel fermented saison aged on wine Lee's. This easygoing beer is rough around the edges, with wild earthy funk notes, and a crisp finish. The base of this beer was featured in our past curations.
Barrel aged Farmhouse Ale in Stratus Winery barrels - 6.5% abv. (St. Jacobs)
This beer has sat in barrels from Stratus Winery for 8 months. Aged with Brett, the aromas are light funk and oak with a hint of spice.
Fruited IPA - 7.0% abv. (Markham)
They’ve taken Holy Trinity, one of their most popular IPAs, still made with a combination of Citra, Mosaic, and Simcoe, and then added a combination of pineapple puree, and pineapple juice concentrate for a touch of acidity and fruit complexity.
Fruited Sour - 5.5% abv. (Toronto)
Staring Down The Sun balances the tangy sweetness of clementine with the tart acidity of a sour ale. The result is a clean, juicy, and citrusy brew that will shine brightly on your palate.
New England Pale Ale - 6.1% abv. (Corbyville)
Wave is a beer for all hop lovers as it delivers all the complex hop characters of an IPA with none of the bitterness. It has a hazy appearance and a smooth and silky mouth feel. On the nose and palette you’ll enjoy heavy notes of pineapple, grapefruit, and stone fruits. Finishing off extremely clean.
Pilsner - 5.5 % abv. (Toronto)
Inspired by Weyermann® Eraclea Pilsner Malt, a terroir malt produced from premium Eraclea barley grown near the Adriatic Sea northeast of Venice. This dry, crisp, Italian pilsner is generously dry hopped with Hallertau Mittelfruh and Styrian Bobek to impart elegant, floral, earthy, sweet spice and citrus aroma and flavour.
Bock - 6.8% abv. (Toronto)
Rich, smooth and toasty with a bountiful off-white head, this German classic is perfect beer to accompany our anticipation of warmer weather to come.
Interested in the history of Traditional Bock’s? Read more here
East Coast IPA - 6.9% abv. (Toronto)
This brew is super approachable and easy to drink. On the nose you get high volume aroma of stone fruit (peach, apricot) with hints of mango and pineapple. On the palate we dialed down the IBUs to balance a lighter malt bill that includes a high proportion of oats for body and head retention. The result is a balanced taste of bitterness with fruity tropical sweetness.
NE IPA - 6.5% abv. (Prince Edward County)
Brewed in collaboration with Calabogie, this is Prince Eddys second variation of Haze Brigade, this time hopped with Columbus, Galaxy, and Simcoe
Glassware Etiquette: We recommend using any tulip shape glass for all of these beers or a wine glass works too. IPA glasses work great for the IPA's. For simplicity, you can use our tumbler for any style of beer, always.