OTTAWA, ON – Orléans Brewing has announced that it is launching its first beer this week in its namesake suburb of Ottawa.
Founded by Yann and Célia Lemieux, Orléans Brewing is currently having its beer brewed under contract, with plans to lease a location in Orléans for a Spring 2018 opening of its own facility.
The first beer from the company is Billy Bob Bison, a 6% abv and 48 IBU American-style pale ale described as “a perfect balance of malt and American hops with its floral, fruity, citrus-like and piney aromas.” It will be officially launching Thursday June 15th from 4:00 to 6:00 PM at Corner Bar & Grill (1779 Tenth Line Road, Orléans).
The next Orléans brand, Kölsch Me Ousside (4.8% abv, 24 IBU) is expected to follow soon, and other beers in the planning stages include Czech One Two Pilsner, Hoptimistic IPA, Wit Willie Witbier, and Buffalo Soldier Oatmeal Stout.
For more details, see the Orléans Brewing website.