The 12 Beers of Christmas
Rodenbach Classic 2013
Belgium, 5.2% alc./vol.
A mildly sour beer upon bottling, years in our cellar have given it an evolved complexity.
Folly Little Barasway
Ontario, 6% alc./vol.
Toronto’s own farmhouse porter brewed with Brettanomyces for a gently fruity and funky finish.
Austria, 14% alc./vol.
A seasonal dynamo. Strong, sweet, with notes of apricots and raisins.
Black Oak Nutcracker Porter
Ontario, 5.8% alc./vol.
Rich, roasty and spiced with cinnamon.
Muskoka Winter Beard 2x Chocolate Cranberry Stout
Ontario, 8% alc./vol.
See name of beer for description.
Granville Island Lions Winter Ale
British Columbia, 5.5% alc./vol.
Deep amber ale with a flavour trifecta of vanilla, caramel and cocoa.
Wychwood Bah Humbug!
England, 5% alc./vol.
Fruity and smooth with a light sprinkling of cinnamon.
Nickel Brook Kentucky Bastard
Ontario, 14.5% alc./vol.
Imperial stout aged on Bourbon barrels. ‘Nuff said!
St Bernardus Christmas Ale
Belgium, 10% alc./vol.
This sublime drinking experience is marked with notes of cherries, molasses and banana.
Fullers Vintage Ale 2016
England, 8.5% alc./vol.
This year’sseasonal release has been brewed with Nelson Sauvin hops for an extra dose of berries.
Dupont Avec les Bons Vœux
Belgium, 9.5% alc./vol.
“With best wishes”. Golden, spicy, fruity and dry. One of the finest saisons ever.
St. Peter’s Winter Ale
England, 6.5% alc./vol.
Deep ruby red with warming roasty notes and an air of dark cherry.