BURNABY, BC – Dageraad Brewing has announced the release of a new beer, and the return of an old favourite.
Marlowe (4% abv) is a new Belgian-style Session Stout, which the brewery explains as follows:
When we say “Belgian-style session stout”, we don’t mean the sort of session stouts you routinely find in Belgium. As far as I know, there are none. What we mean is, what sort of beer might a Belgian brewer make should he try to make such a style of beer, while disregarding all of the conventions of that style? We give you, Marlowe, our profoundly drinkable 4% alc./vol. Belgian-style session stout.
6° (7% abv) is a lightly soured Dubbel with Montmorency cherries that was originally available in 2018, and skipped a planned return last year due to a poor harvest of cherries at the brewery’s preferred supplier. The new edition is described as “a touch more sour than the original, which makes the mouth water a little, which causes thirst, which might cause the drinker to forget they’re quaffing a 7% alcohol dubbel.”
Both beers are available now in the Dageraad retail store and online shop.
Source & Photos: Dageraad Brewing