Nosey Parker Porter

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Brewmasters Notes

This beer is based on a seemingly lost style of German Porter. Porters were famous in London, and Germany wanted to put their spin on them by using lager yeasts instead of ale yeast. This particular beer is a lagered ale to give a nice crispness to the beer without being overly sweet. The malts are all European and the hops are German and Czech.

Tasting Notes

An opaque beer with a nice tan head. This has a nice biscuit sweetness on the nose with a little earthiness from the hops. Some sweet flavours that finish with liquorish and maple, with no lingering bitterness from any of the darker malts. It has a nice semi-sweet finish making this an easy drinker.

ABV: 6.3%
IBU: 34
SRM: 28
O.G.: 15.5P
F.G.: 3.6P

Three Stage XPA

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History

A beer in tribute to Ontario’s best and most challenging XC mountain biking trails. This Xtra Pale Ale has as much flavour as the trail. This is a beautiful blonde ale with a whole lot of late whirlpool hops to keep this as aromatic as possible. With a very light malt character this is meant to be a session ale focusing on the great citrusy character of the hops. The beer at the end of a long trail doesn’t have to be as challenging as the trail but, it should be just as rewarding.

Tasting Notes

A light golden colour with a thick white head this beer has a lot of tropical citrus aromas of pineapple, mango, tangerines, oranges, with light pine. There is an earthy malt sweetness along with lingering lemon and tangerine citrus which keeps this beer refreshing and sessionable with a very dry finish and no lingering bitterness. It really cleans the palate.

ABV: 4.6%
IBU: 24
SRM: 5.1
O.G.: 11.3P
F.G.: 2.7