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!

Oast House Brewers Bière de Noël Farmhouse Ale

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Pours dark black-brown with a thick and plentiful café-au-lait head. Smoky and malty on the nose and palate with hints of nutmeg, cinnamon and black liquorice. A classic winter warmer.

Oast House Biere De Garde Farmhouse Ale

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Pours cloudy dark amber-brown. Notes of toffee and crème brûlée on the nose. The palate is smoky and reminiscent of Rauchbier with much more sweetness. The finish is velvety smooth and pleasant. Recommended.
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Great Lakes Audrey Hopburn Belgian IPA


This beer truly is the perfect balance between a Belgian saison and a hoppy IPA. Hint of cloudiness in the golden yellow colour. Hoppy banana and big league chew bubble gum on the nose. Creamy on the palate with pleasant bitterness creeping-in from the edges for a long finish.