The first brew in the series is Munich Eisbock:
Originally made as a high gravity Doppelbock (8%) this beer was then frozen to remove a large percentage of water which in turn increased the alcohol content (9.5%) and heightened the flavour profile. This beer has a forward malty sweetness from the Munich malt with a wonderful sharp clean bitterness to it. It has a full, creamy mouth-feel that coats the palate nicely. The aroma has a slightly spicy hop character balanced with a malty note. Made with German Pilsner and Munich malts plus traditional Hallertau Aroma Hops and Nugget Bitter Hops.
Fort Garry Munich Eisbock is available now in 650 ml bottles while supplies last.