Beau’s Announces a New Beer With a Weather-Dependent Release Date

VANKLEEK HILL, ONBeau’s All Natural Brewing has announced details for the next instalment in its Wild Oats Series of limited edition beers, one which will be released in an especially unique fashion.

Suitably dubbed Patio Saison, the release date for the new beer will be left to the whims of Mother Nature, and will be set on the first day in April forecast to be sunny with a high of 18 degrees Celsius or higher. The beer will be released exclusively at bars and pubs with patios in several regions of Ontario, with the release date potentially being different for each region dependent on local weather conditions.

Bars planning to participate in the release include the following:

TORONTO: The Rhino, Cloak and Dagger, Bar Volo, Victory Café, La Societe, Bryden’s, Grapefruit Moon, Smokeless Joe, Burger Bar, Rebel House, The Local, Bellevue Café, Ceili Cottage, The Only Café, House on Parliament, The Brain, Stout Irish Pub

OTTAWA: Heart and Crown Preston, Heart and Crown Byward, Lieutenant’s Pump, Arrow and Loon, Irene’s, Whispers

EASTERN ONTARIO: Barley Mow (Almonte), Beau’s Brewery & Windsor Tavern (Vankleek Hill), Cheshire Cat (Carp), Schnitzels (Cornwall)

CENTRAL ONTARIO: Elements (Peterborough), Trattorio Gusto (Port Hope), Kingston Brewing Co. (Kingston)

As for the beer itself, Patio Saison is described as follows:

The saison style beer has its origins in the Wallonia region of Belgium. Traditionally this beer was brewed to slake the thirst of farmhands during harvest time, so it makes a perfect companion to the warmer weather. At 5.9% abv, the crisp and refreshing ale displays peppery notes in harmony with citrus zest, intriguing floral aromas and a pleasant clove flavour. It has a snappy taste and a dry finish.

Those interested in getting a glass of Patio Saison when it’s released are advised to keep an eye on local weather forecasts, as well as the Beau’s website, where official release date announcements will be posted as they are confirmed.

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