CARNARVON, ON – Boshkung Brewing, a small brewery in Ontario’s Haliburton County, has announced details of a trio of limited edition beers set for release over the next few weeks.
Available now is Late Thaw Black IPA, a 6% dark ale dry-hopped with Centennial and Chinook, and described as follows:
To wrap up the winter season, and welcome the spring weather we introduce this Black IPA. Dark chocolate and roasted malt tones mirror the black and bleak moments of winter, while fresh pine and evergreen hop notes shine like the spring days to follow.
Coming up on Good Friday – April 3rd – will be the release of Peter’s Habbit Springtime Ale, a 5.5% beer brewed with freshly juiced carrots, Tangelo orange peel, cinnamon, nutmeg, and fresh ginger. Further notes:
Featuring a delectable mix of specialty malts, fresh carrot juice, and a subtle blend of pantry spices, this seasonal ale pours deep gold with a bright orange hue and frothy white head. The nose of sweet carrot cake and spice lead way to a soft bready finish perfectly complimenting the new spring season.
This will be followed on April 17th by the return of Canoehead Scotch Ale, a 4.9% Scottish 80/- ale with “a pronounced malt character and light smokey undertone.”
All three beers will be available in 946 mL and 1.89 L growlers in the Boshkung retail store and tasting room in the lower level of Rhubarb Restaurant, where they are also be featured on tap. A limited amount will also be distributed in kegs to select licensees in Ontario.