TORONTO, ON – Something In The Water Brewing has announced details of a trio of new beers released today (June 9th) to mark the brewery’s 1st anniversary.
Lac Fleur de Lys Imperial Saison (9.6% abv):
We knew we had to celebrate our first year in a big way, and we left it with our brew teams to create it. Andy in Toronto zeroed in on a BIG bottle conditioned saison, and Jason & Ruben from Kingston took it from there, brewing, hand bottling, and labeling every bottle. Anticipate an incredible, fruit forward aroma of ripe banana, mandarin oranges, Hubba Bubba Original, white pepper, and a bit of alcohol. The sip is grain forward to start, moving into banana bread, caramelized honey, and lavender flowers. A traditional off-dry finish with a warming alcohol climb.
Spray Bow DIPA (8.2% abv):
Available exclusively at CRAFT Beer Market and SITW, this beer represents our first foray into Thiolized yeast. This process enhances a yeast’s ability to biotransform compounds found in malt and hops to unleash thiols — flavour- and aroma-active compounds reminiscent of grapefruit, passion fruit, and guava. You’ll get aromas of pulpy orange juice, clementine, mixed red berries, passionfruit smoothie, and flavours of orange creamsicle, tangerine peel, strawberry pulp, sticky overripe mango, and green tea. AND you’ll get possibly the first ever holographic can that sends out a spray bow in the light! Not kidding.
Hazier Maitland Double IPA (8% abv):
A year ago Hazy Maitland IPA wasn’t even a thought yet, but as our first year crept to a close it was one of your faves. Seemed a no brainer to double it and give it to the next customer. It features the exact same malts, hops, and yeast that we use in Hazy Maitland, but blown up to a robust 8.0% ABV. That means more Strata, Bergamot, and Mosaic to enjoy, but a completely unique drinking experience. We get aromas of Tiger Tail ice cream, dried strawberries, passionfruit, and flavours of mango lassi, orange frozen yogurt, dry gin, and strawberry candies.
All three beers are available now at Something In The Water locations in Toronto and Kingston, and the brewery’s online shop.
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