OTTAWA, ON – Dominion City Brewing has announced the release of a new seasonal beer, and as with many of the brewery’s brands, it has a name and back-story inspired by a piece of local Ottawa history.
Lost Train Oatmeal Stout checks in at 5.5% abv and 25 IBU, and is described as follows:
Named for Ottawa’s fabled beer train, rumoured to be buried somewhere beneath Lebreton Flats at the former site of Canadian beer baron E.P. Taylor’s Bradings Brewery, Lost Train is full-bodied with notes of rich chocolate, roasted coffee and dark grains. Ottawa-grown organic oats contribute a delicious silky smoothness.
Lost Train will be going on sale today in growlers at the Dominion City retail store. And for more details on the mysterious beer train, see the Ottawa Citzen article written by Ian MacLeod that inspired the beer.