Bent Stick B.S. Wit Wheat Beer – 4.5% IBU - N/A
This beer pours a hazy, medium golden apricot colour, with two fingers of puffy, loosely foamy, and bubbly dirty white head, which leaves a bit of calving iceberg profile lace around the glass as it quickly blows off. It smells of semi-sweet wheat malt, a lesser caramelized graininess, subtle domestic citrus rind, a bit of earthy yeastiness, and weak black pepper and coriander/clove spiced notes. The taste is bready and doughy pale malt, some wet wheaten cereals, ephemeral muddled citrus peel, some fading phenolic yeast, and equally understated mixed peppercorn and coriander spice.
Siding 14 Orange Creamsicle - 5.5% IBU - N/A
A springtime fruit-forward Vermont ale with a touch of lactose elaborating on the creamy mouthfeel and juicy haze. Our Orange Creamsicle ale is created using pure vanilla to balance the tartness of the real blood-orange. 5.5% ABV
Fat Unicorn Last Call Blonde (Blonde Lager) – 5.0% IBU - 11
A Blonde Lager with untraditional malts, a beer that is cold settled and unfiltered. A great craft beer without the heavy complex flavours. Naturally settled to retain flavour and create a lighter craft beer with a nice balance of flavour and clean finish.
Town Square Brewing White Wedding Pastry Stout – 6.0% IBU – 25
Combining two “out there” styles the White Stout and the Pastry Stout while throwing an entire wedding cake into the Mash. It may look light but the flavours of this are straight out of a roasty stout with residual sugars. Coffee, Chocolate, Icing Sugar are all the flavours in this unlikely collision of two worlds.
Analog Brewing Loot Box Rotational IPA Series – 6.0% IBU – 40
Their own rotating hopped West Coast IPA-V3 with Sabro. Using Sabro as the feature hop expect some tropical coconut notes with a clean West Coast IPA bitterness.
Endeavour Brewing Sudden Draft IPA – 6.8% IBU – 63
Sudden Draft is a well-balanced IPA that combines British malts and yeast with American hops. The aroma starts off with a touch of citrus but then turns into peaches. The hop bitter starts low then builds to a pinnacle, but always maintains a balance even in its big finish.