Muskoka Harvest Ale

muskoka_harvest_aleBRACEBRIDGE, ONGreat Canadian Pubs & Beer reports that Muskoka Cottage Brewery has released a new seasonal brew, Muskoka Harvest Ale.

Here’s the description from the brewery:

Muskoka Harvest Ale is an American Pale Ale. For it’s inaugural year, our Harvest Ale has been hopped with Ontario grown cascade hop leaves. This ale is also dry hopped which contributes to a subtle grassy character reminiscent of the harvest. It is refreshing and crisp and has a nice malt base. Close your eyes, savour the nose, taste the ale and celebrate the harvest.

Muskoka Harvest Ale is available now in limited quantities, and can be found in draught at the following locations (all in Toronto, unless otherwise noted):

Bar Volo
C’est What
Rhino Bar & Grill
The Local
Safari Bar & Grill (Toronto and Pickering Village locations)
Victory Café
York U Grad Club
Blueberry Hill – York U
Queen’s Grad Club – Kingston
Kingston Brewing Co. – Kingston
U of Waterloo Grad Club – Waterloo
Griffin GastroPub – Bracebridge
The Old Station – Bracebridge

One thought on “Muskoka Harvest Ale

  1. Expect the character of this beer to evolve as owner Gary McMullen sources out malt and hops from Ontario growers. But this year’s first attempt is worth the sipping – a big ale with a ton of hops in the nose and taste. Higher alcohol content (around 6.3%) helps punch up the flavour but it’s short of bringing in that sweetness that often comes with the even higher alcohol contents.

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