Beau’s New Lang Syne Belgian Tripel Ale Aged in White Wine Barrels and Bottle-Conditioned

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Pours cloudy golden-yellow, pale-orange. Mango and white pepper on the nose. The barrel influence is definitely present on the palate along with the residual yeast, hinting towards a tart, light white wine with the white pepper rushing back onstage during the finish for a welcome curtain call. This was drank as part of a ‘wine’ and cheese pairing event for my Dad’s birthday and I highly recommending it with a triple creme cheese like the one with which we paired it. Thank you Beau’s and HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Beau’s Weiss O’Lantern Pumpkin Weiss

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Pour a clear light amber orange (clearer than might be expected for a wheat beer). Citrus and biscuit notes on the nose. Tart almost to the point of sour on the palate with a smooth, easy finish.

Beau’s Happy Pilsner (Wild Oats Series No.7)

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Pours pale yellow with lots of head—like it’s designed to spill out of a large stein. Classic Pilsner nose. Hints of honey on the palate. Nice heft with malty backbone. Becomes a bit more ‘green’ on the palate with subsequent sips. All-round very pleasant pilsner.

Beaus Festivale Plus Sticke Alt


Deep cloudy amber. Faint hint of black liquorice on the nose. The alcohol is strong—approaching barley wine levels in taste if not ABV. This is a beer that coats the palate like lead paint—seeping in deeper and deeper with each swig. The barrel ageing has added considerable depth compared to the original Festivale with toasty oak notes throughout.