Church-Key Releases Imperial Stout Brewed with Ingredients from Every Province
On June 30, 2017 At 3:00 pm
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CAMPBELLFORD, ON – Church-Key Brewing has announced the release of a new limited edition beer made using ingredients sourced from breweries and producers across the country.
CSIS: Canadian Style Imperial Stout is a 11.3% abv “dark, rich, thick” ale brewed with the following:
Savoury, Mt. Scio Farm, Newfoundland
Oyster Shells, Tatamagouche Brewing, Nova Scotia
Potatoes, Upstreet Craft Brewing, PEI
Chaga Mushroom, Big Axe Brewery, New Brunswick
Maple Syrup, L’Espace Public, Québec
Two Row Barley, Barn Owl Malt, Ontario
Malted Rye, PEG Beer Co., Manitoba
Malted Wheat, Malty National Brewing, Saskatchewan
Highwood Crossing Toasted Organic Canola, Banded Peak Brewing, Alberta
Mountain Wildflower Honey, Arrowhead Brewing, British Columbia
CSIS is available now in 650 ml bottles at Church-Key, and on tap at select bars in Ontario while supplies last.
For more details, see the videos below covering the East and West segments of Church-Key’s cross-Canada pilgrimage to gather the ingredients.