Beau’s Brewing Announces Fall 2018 Edition of The Beau’s Mix
On August 9, 2018 At 12:30 pm
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VANKLEEK HILL, ON – Beau’s All Natural Brewing has announced details of its latest seasonal sampler pack, featuring a trio of limited edition beers along with a year-round favourite.
The Beau’s Mix Fall 2018 includes the brewery’s flagship Lug Tread Lagered Ale (5.2% abv) and three other brands:
Maple Rush (5.6% abv) is “a maple wood-aged porter brewed with Ontario maple syrup. This “robust” version is slightly stronger than is typical of the classic British beer style, and pours opaque black with a dense tan foam. The aroma is a heady mixture of black malt and espresso notes that are softened by its aging on sweet Canadian maple wood. The flavour is robust dark malt and appetizing maple; the finish is silky, luscious and rich.”
Dortmunder (5.5% abv) is “a solid, well-rounded German-style lager. The story of this beer style has its roots in a coal-mining, steel-making region known as the Ruhr Valley, where the mineral-rich water elevates the mouthfeel and flavour of its locally made beer. The end result is a surprisingly substantial lager, which pours deep gold with a white foam. The aroma is floral, herbal and malty; a sip delivers balanced cereal grain and firm hop bitterness. The finish is smooth and clean.”
CDN Pale Ale (5.5% abv) is “brewed with all-Canadian, all-organic malts, hops and yeast. Its ingredients read a bit like the lyrics to a Stompin’ Tom Connors song, with hops from Ontario and British Columbia, Ontario barley and wheat malts, Alberta-grown oats, and Ontario-propagated ale yeast. The hazy orange pale ale offers hoppy aromas of melon and citrus. Big fruit flavours lead into a finish that is bright and hoppy.”
The Fall 2018 edition of the 4 x 600 ml Beau’s Mix package will be officially released on August 16th in Ontario, where it will be available at the Beau’s retail store and BYBO delivery service, and select LCBO locations. Limited distribution in Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Alberta will follow soon after, and individual bottles of the three new beers will be available at select beer retailers in Quebec.