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Jack Frost Warming Winter Ale
A malty, warming ale to melt away your winter blues, Fuller’s Jack Frost is the ideal companion for the season of sanctuary. Take refuge in the pub with this brilliantly robust brew, full of fruity flavour. Brewer’s Notes Brewed with Crystal malt and a dash of blackberries, Jack Frost nips at the nose with a faintly fruity aroma. There are toasted notes, too, from the darker malts while dried-fruit flavours and a hint of brown sugar linger warmly on the palate. Enjoy it with classic winter dishes such as pies, stews and roast meats.
VANILLA, DRIED FRUITS, NUTTY We bring a completely original finish to single malt Scotch whisky. After 14 years maturing in fine American oak casks, our Malt Master carefully selects virgin Spanish and American oak casks to release extra layers of aroma and flavour into our whisky. With precision timing and handling he allows just the right amount of sweet vanilla, soft toffee, spice and gentle nutty notes to come through. The first virgin American and European oak finished whisky in the world. Colour Rich golden. Nose A complex harmony of fresh fruits and spices. Initial spicy oak notes follow vibrant vanilla and rich dried fruit. Taste Rich and sweet vanilla with a silky texture and elegant hints of fruit. Deeper and richer with time and a subtle nutty character emerges. Finish Nuttiness develops into a spicy oak finish.
A 4.2% Irish Stout. Roasted coffee notes with a creamy mouthfeel. Malts: Maris Otter, Roasted Barley, Flaked Barley Hops: Nugget
The Bottle Imp Russian Imperial Coffee Stout • 9.0% • Pro-Am Series No. 09
The Bottle Imp is a strong, dark, roasty and rich creation. This rendition of a Russian Imperial Stout is also infused with a blend of Nicaraguan and Guatemalan fair-trade organic coffee. Complex and contemplative, and with well-integrated alcohol warmth, The Bottle Imp is best served in a snifter, sipped slowly and savoured. History & Style Beau’s first brewed The Bottle Imp in 2013 as part of its Pro-Am Series. The recipe was co-created with David Thompson, who won the Toronto Beer Week Homebrew Contest and the prize of coming to Beau’s for a day to brew a beer. In 2014 The Bottle Imp took Bronze at the Canadian Brewing Awards, as well as first place at the National Organic Craft Beer Competition in California. The Russian Imperial Stout is brewed to weigh in high on alcohol, with the roasted, malty character typical of a stout. These imperial stouts were first brewed in England in the 18th century, and exported to Russia for the pleasure of Czarina Catherine II and her court. And the name? The Bottle Imp is a haunting turn-of-the-century tale by Robert Louis Stevenson about risking eternal damnation of the soul to have everything on earth one’s heart desires. We suggest pairing the beer and the story on a cold night by a crackling fire. Tasting Notes The Bottle Imp is black, rich and malty, with a mouthfeel best described as liquid silk. The roasty dark malt character is complemented by fruit notes that suggest dates and figs, as well as subtle notes of black licorice. It is well-hopped to provide balance to the malts, keeping the residual sweetness in check. The coffee character is fully integrated, and a complement to the roast of the malts. The experience is rich and intense, with gentle alcohol warmth, and a long, complex finish. The coffee infused into The Bottle Imp are a Nicaraguan dark roast from the San Juan del Rio Coco region (toasted nuts, spicy and smoky flavours) and a Guatemalan medium-roast called “The Fruit of Concepción” (blueberry, strawberry and caramel flavours), both roasted by Bridgehead in Ottawa. INGREDIENTS Local Spring Water, Organic Barley Malts, Organic Oats, Organic Fairtrade Coffee, Organic Hops, Brewer’s Yeast MALTS Pale ale, munich, chocolate, black patent, caraaroma, caramunich (all organic) HOPS Rakau, WGV (Whitbread Golding Variety), centennial (all organic)
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