DAVIDsTEA Partners With Beau’s Brewery to Release a Tea-Flavoured Beer This Week in Canada
Move over Pumpkin Beer, a new fall beer is in town! DAVIDsTEA and Beau’s Brewing Company team up to create a London Fog-inspired beer.
By Clara Jaide on Sep. 17, 2019
Move over Pumpkin Spice– a new fall favourite is about to hit the shelves! Specialty tea retailer DavidsTea has partnered with Beau’s All Natural Brewing Co. to create a London Fog inspired golden ale, that’s just in time for fall, so you no longer have to choose between your afternoon tea and cold brew.
What is the DavidsTea x Beau’s Brewing Company’s London Fog Golden Ale
Beau’s Brewing takes pride in their use of all-natural ingredients within their beer, so naturally (pun intended), this beer tea will be no different. Inspired by the popular tea drink, London Fog, the Golden ale is infused with DavidsTea’s Organic Earl Grey blend which is brewed with milk and sugar and contains notes of rich vanilla to provide the creamy experience of a latte within a craft beer.
Does the London Fog Golden Ale have lactose in it?
Yes– the Beau’s Brewing London Fog Ale does contain lactose (milk sugar) due to the infusion of the DavidsTea Earl Grey blend.
Does the DavidsTea Beer have alcohol in it?
Yes– unlike the VB beer-flavoured tea bags, which contain the flavour of beer without the alcohol– the London Fog is an actual craft beer brewed by Beau’s Brewery, so it will contain alcohol.
Where to buy the DavidsTea London Fog Ale by Beau’s Brewing Co.
This boozy drink will hit the shelves on September 19th, 2019. Just in time for fall and Beau’s Oktoberfest! You can pick up a 473ml can of Beau’s London Fog for $3.65 on LCBO or in select liquor and grocery stores across Ontario and Quebec. It will also be available at Beau’s Oktoberfest on September 20th & 21st.
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