Nothing brings people together quite like a delicious beer!
Whether you’re sharing a brew with friends and family, enjoying a pint at the pub, or simply sipping one while working in the garage, a good beer is a key component in great company. Like music or art, it has an undeniable ability to strengthen connections, aid in laughter and conversation, and enhance the simple moments shared between family and friends.
At Redline Brewhouse we brew beer because like most beer lovers, we are passionate about the limitless potential it brings.
We hope you enjoy drinking it as much as we enjoy brewing it!
Cherry Traffic Jam
Gose with Fruit If it’s cherry you want, then get into a Traffic Jam! This beer was soured in the kettle, brewed with freshly toasted Coriander seed and Sea Salt. After it fermented we aged it on over 500 pounds of sweet and tart cherries. It is a rich red colour, with aromas and flavours of cherry pie filling, citrus, and a briny finish. The dryness of the tart cherry really comes through and shines. Uber fruity and uber refreshing.
Not a straight double version of Clutch, but inspired by it with a load of oats, and Citra hops complemented by some of our other favourite tropical and sticky varietals. Big soft flavours. Appearance is a Hazy orange, sticky, with an off-white head. The aroma is sweet peach/apricot, mango, lychee and a touch of sweet malt with resinous pine underneath. The flavour is tropical fruit up front, with pine and citrus underneath. Sweet malt comes in and rounds out the flavour. Mouthfeel is sticky, with a firm bitter finish. Some dryness and alcoholic warmth.
Going Going Back Back to Cali Cali
Luxurious West Coast IPA
When your beer Beeper start to flash, 818’s, 213’s, 313’s, you know you’ve made it. This luxurious west coast IPA flies first class with traditional Cali yeast and lands in style on a bed of lactose to give it a smooth ride. Hopped with Simcoe, Azacca, Idaho #7, Columbus and the stickiest of the ickiest Chinook Hophash.
Going Going Back Back to Cali Cali is a collaboration with Cameron’s Brewing and is full of juicy mango, resinous pine, and pithy citrus.
Hoppy Lager Inspired by the malty, toasted lager beers from Vienna and continental Europe but with a North American approach to hopping. Comforting and curious, designed for the cooler Autumn temperatures. Appearance is bright orange with a white head. The aroma is of grapefruit and orange peel, graham cracker and sweet, toasty malt. Lingering with bread crust and spicy hops. The flavour is bready malt up front, followed by herbal and citrusy hops. Gives way to a finish of toasty Vienna malt and orange pith bitterness. Mouthfeel is comforting and rounded with medium carbonation Malts : Vienna, Pilsner, Munich, Melanoidin Hops : Boil: Wakatu, Crystal, Galcier. Dry Hop: Cascade and Simcoe Yeast : Mexican Lager
Leather Interior is a rich, decadent take on a brown ale that is full of complexity and nuance. A deep brown colour with tan head, it serves up sumptuous aromas of bakers chocolate, vanilla, almonds, tobacco, and oak. The flavour follows suit with a balanced, medium body and a slight hint of oak on the finish to counter the sweeter characteristics of the malt and vanilla.
Clutch American Pale Ale
Clutch pours a hazy straw colour and is topped with a creamy white head. A large dose of flaked oats provides a luscious and soft mouthfeel. Hopped generously with Centennial, Citra, Amarillo, and Mandarina Bavaria, Clutch bursts with flavours of orange peel, grapefruit, peaches, and pine. A load of dry-hops are used at the end of fermentation for lush aromas of fresh tropical fruit, pine, and citrus. Soft and aggressive at the same time, Clutch is right where you want it.
Rainbow In The Dark
Winter Rye IPA
Rainbow In The Dark pours a hazy orange body with off-white foam. It’s brewed with rye and honey malt for a creamy, body with a slightly sweet malt character. Rainbow In The Dark is loaded with Columbus, Vic. Secret, and El Dorado hops giving off aromas of papaya, lemon, lime, and strawberry weed. The flavours follow suit with a dank, hoppy finish and nice bitterness.
Aromas of fresh baked bread, toffee, banana, and orchard fruits. Beer starts sweet on the palate with the depth of Belgian and English caramel malts bringing flavours of rustic toasted bread, and toffee sauce before giving way to a light bitterness, and spicy notes from the Saaz hops and Belgian yeast.
The beer finishes dry, giving it a quaffable character despite it’s 6.5%ABV strength. Rich reddish brown in colour, with a tan head. Simple and complex in the traditional style of a Belgian Dubbel.
Burrito Inspired Pale Ale
Collabs are a great way for brewers to get together, share ideas, and create something new. When we were dreaming a beer up for Toronto Beer Week 2017 with Rainhard Brewing, our mutual love of hops came to the fore of our thinking.
We also wanted to make something new, something beyond the pale ales and IPAs of our regular lineups. Turns out we all love burritos too! (Who doesn’t?) Lil’ Donkey, a Burrito inspired pale ale was born, using rice, corn, beans, and tortilla shells in the mash, along with a touch of earthy, spicy rye. We added a ton of lemon and lime forward El Dorado, Cashmere, and Idaho 7 hops along with fresh lime juice and some cilantro. Under The Hood ABV : 5.4 IBUs (Theoretical) : 50 Malts : Pale, Flaked Rye, Flaked Corn, Toasted Rice Hops : Idaho 7, El Dorado, Cashmere Yeast : House Ale Special : Lime Juice, Cilantro, Tortilla Shells, Romano Beans Colour : Hazy Sunshine OG : 12.9 FG : 2.9
Spark – Amarillo
Single-Hop Pale Ale
Coming out around a honey gold colour, this hazy pale ale’s namesake hop translates from the Spanish for word yellow. Aromatics of grapefruit flesh and pith with honey, there are also hints of cantaloupe and pineapple. Take a sip to find the medium-bodied beer is bursting with peach and nectarine, and is barely contained by the sourdough-like malty liquid. Finishing with a dry, firm bitterness, it’s basically begging you to have another sip, and another, and you may as well order another pint at this point.
The Mechanic is our interpretation of a rustic farmhouse saison brewed for the hardworking farmhands of northern France and southern Belgium. Brewed with raw and flaked wheat, flaked barley and flaked rye for body and character, fruity and spicy hops and the intriguing Old World Saison blend of yeast from Escarpment Labs. This beer is bright fruit, lemon, and spice on the nose, with a nice cereal grain flavour mingling with the hops and yeast, and it is bone dry with a firm bitterness. Malts : Pilsner, Flaked Barley, Flaked Rye, Flaked Wheat, Raw Wheat Hops : Summer Yeast : Old World Saison Blend Colour : Hazy Straw
Rainbow In The Dark
Winter Rye IPA Rainbow In The Dark pours a hazy orange body with off-white foam. It’s brewed with rye and honey malt for a creamy, body with a slightly sweet malt character. Rainbow In The Dark is loaded with Columbus, Vic. Secret, and El Dorado hops giving off aromas of papaya, lemon, lime, and strawberry weed. The flavours follow suit with a dank, hoppy finish and nice bitterness. Under The Hood ABV : 6.6 IBU (Theoretical) : 61 Malts : Rye, Honey Malt Hops : Columbus, Vic. Secret, El Dorado Colour : Hazy Orange with Off-White Foam
Abbey Dubbel Aromas of fresh baked bread, toffee, banana, and orchard fruits. Beer starts sweet on the palate with the depth of Belgian and English caramel malts bringing flavours of rustic toasted bread, and toffee sauce before giving way to a light bitterness, and spicy notes from the Saaz hops and Belgian yeast. The beer finishes dry
West Coast IPA
We’re extending the range on our IPAs with a Signal Boost! Nothing is worse than finding that great station and then losing it due to a poor signal. Keep your Redline IPA craving going with this West Coast inspired hit. Coming through with sparkling clarity, you’ll find grapefruit, nectarine, apricot, and passionfruit on the nose; the medium body carries tangerine and grapefruit, papaya and light cracker; a good, firm bitterness finishes it out.
American IPA When you’re out on the road, away from home, and looking for some suitable tunes, you play Radio Roulette. Seek and scan, seek and scan, until something grabs your attention. We invite you to try Radio Roulette of a different sort. Featuring a pair of new age German hops, Mandarina Bavaria and Hallertau Blanc, this IPA will take you away from familiar roads. Red berry, white grape, cantaloupe and tangerine can be found in the aroma, with lemongrass, citrus pith and melon flavours being supported on a cracker and light bread malt base and a moderate, soft bitterness. This medium bodied IPA finishes moderately dry and is that new hit you’ve been looking for among the same old tunes.
Mango Traffic Jam
Gose with Fruit
24 hours of souring in the kettle, some freshly toasted coriander seed, and sea salt help to make this wheat-forward style a bit tart, extremely thirst-quenching but with a delicate, briny finish. After fermenting with our house strain, we aged it on puréed mangoes bringing out an immense depth of fruit flavour. This Gose is yellowish-orange in colour, with a juicy mango character that leads to a light citrus and pepper note. Mango Traffic Jam is a summer crusher, bright, thirst-quenching and exuberantly refreshing!