Muskoka Winter Beard Double Chocolate Cranberry Stout Returns in Standard and Vintage Editions

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GRAVENHURST, ONMuskoka Brewery has announced the return of its annual winter seasonal beer, which will be available this year in both a freshly brewed standard edition and a vintage aged version – although which one you’ll be able to get will depend on what province you’re in.

The standard 2013 edition of Winter Beard Double Chocolate Cranberry Stout – an 8% abv strong stout made with “roasted dark chocolate malts, real cocoa, 70% dark chocolate, and freshly harvested local cranberries” – will be available at liquor stores in Newfoundland, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia. In Ontario, it will be available only at the Muskoka retail store in Gravenhurst.

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The rest of the brewery’s home province won’t be completely left out, though, as a special Vintage Brew edition of Winter Beard is being released via the LCBO. This limited release features bottles of Winter Beard from 2012 that have been cellar aged for a year, during which “the complexities in the beer have continued to mingle and mature in the bottle resulting in a premium taste second to none.”

Vintage Brew Winter Beard is available now at select LCBO outlets, retailing for $13.95 per 750 ml gift boxed bottle. Pricing and availability of the standard edition of Winter Beard will vary by province.

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  1. LT

    ahahahhahaha

    “Cellar Aged” – what a fucking joke. if Twice as Mad wasn’t so good, I’d tell muskoka to fuck right off

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