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Cranberry Oat Ale • 6.3 % • Wild Oat History & Style: The Wild Oats Series is dedicated to exploring bold flavours that may literally change how you think about beer. In creating these recipes we are not afraid to interpret classic styles in new ways and advance evolution with new hybrids or brewing techniques. Cranberry Derby lines up all-Canadian cranberries, cranberry juice and oats beside Germany’s finest lively hops and a quadfecta of complementing biscuity malts. You’re in the money! Tasting Notes: Cranberry Derby pours a reddish hue with white foam. The aroma offers notes of bakeshop biscuit and cereal with fruity cranberry accents. The flavour imparts cookie-like oat impressions contrasted by zingy cranberry tartness. The finish crumbles softly into oaty satisfaction. INGREDIENTS Local spring water, organic barley malts, organic oats, organic cranberry juice, organic cranberries, organic hops, brewer’s yeast. MALTS Vienna, Carared, Caramunich, Acidulated (all organic) HOPS Organic Perle, Organic Hersbrucker YEAST German Ale Yeast
Beat The Heat
Inspired by the farmers of Belgium who would brew beer during winter months for consumption on hot summer days, our Beat the Heat Belgian Wheat beer incorporates orange zest and coriander seed to create a light bodied ale with complex earthy and citrus notes. This higher carbonation brew embraces fruit and spice, a slight toasted wheat body while finishing dry to quench your palate.
Three Knocks Sticke Alt • 7.0 % strong beer • Wild Oats
Sticke Alt is a special, rare version of a German-style altbier; bigger and bolder than usual. Three Knocks features a decidedly robust but balanced blend of clean, crisp and bready malts, with an assertive hop backbone. Oaky undertones are courtesy of the oakwood aging. History & Style Seasonally or sometimes just once a year, altbier breweries in Dusseldorf will covertly brew special, stronger batches of their alt, and share them with family, friends and regular patrons. Beau’s toasts this historical tradition with Three Knocks, a stronger, bolder and oak-aged version of our award-winning altbier recipe. Tasting Notes Three Knocks pours brilliant mahogany with a dense ecru foam. The aroma offers deep grainy malt notes complemented by a touch of herbal hops. The flavour notes feature deep chewy malt and intense but balanced hop bitterness. The long finish offers resonances of crisp malts and spicy hops with a touch of woody tannin. INGREDIENTS Local spring water, organic barley malts, organic hops, brewer’s yeast. MALTS Munich, Pilsner, Caramunich, Caramel 120 (all organic) HOPS Organic perle YEAST German ale yeast
Mad Tom IPA
Inspired by late night stories around the fire, Muskoka Mad Tom will instantly grab your attention. Dry-hopped with Chinook and Centennial hops, this IPA has a vibrant aroma, depth of flavour, and crisp citrusy undertow like no other.
B. A. Baracus Dark Lager
B.A. Baracus pours a hazy chocolate brown with a creamy tan foam head. Malt aromas are prominent with notes of sweet molasses, earthy mushrooms and toasted brown bread. Flavors of chocolate, coffee and biscuits are balanced by a low-medium bitterness of 12 IBUs. Despite its dark color, the beer’s mouth feel is pleasantly thin with low carbonation and a toasty, fast fading aftertaste.
Altbier German-style amber ale • 4.7% • Farm Table
Altbier is an amber-hued, finely balanced lagered ale, something of a cousin to Beau’s flagship beer, Lug Tread. While both beers are German-style lagered ales, Altbier offers up high-intensity, balanced maltiness and more hop presence. It has subtle fruity ale notes, and a crisp lager finish. History & Style Alt is a German style of ale that originates from the northern part of the Rhineland. Caramunich malts give Altbier its colour and a subtle caramel sweetness. This beer recipe is a true Beau’s classic — in fact, Brewmaster Matthew O’Hara had been tinkering with it even before Beau’s opened its doors. It was first released in 2008 as “Festivale,” a signature release for Ottawa’s Jazz Festival. It has popped up several times in the Beau’s repertoire over the past decade, garnering awards in 2009 and 2012. The flags in the artwork are a subtle tribute to the story of this beer. Tasting Notes Altbier pours bright deep copper with a thick white foam. Malt dominates the aroma giving impressions of dark bread crust with undertones of grassy hops. The flavour feature assertive hop bitterness in harmony with a grainy malt backbone. The finish is crisp and dry. INGREDIENTS Local spring water, organic barley malts, organic hops, brewer’s yeast. MALTS Munich, pilsner, caramunich, acidulated, caraaroma (all organic) HOPS Organic perle YEAST German ale yeast