No Tahoma Farmhouse Ale by Brasserie Dunham in Québec, Canada
Brasserie Dunham

No Tahoma Farmhouse Ale

5.9% ABV • IBU 58

About No Tahoma Farmhouse Ale by Brasserie Dunham

Do not let yourself be misled: No hint at the font, and there is no Tahoma hops in this beer! In fact, after testing with this hops, Éloi, the master brewer, was so unconvinced that he decided to brew this farmer Pale ale with everything except the Tahoma ... The name was great, so why not a "no tahoma"?

Brewed with barley and oats, this beer combines sober malt notes with exotic flavors imparted by cold hops with aromatic hops such as amarillo and Sorachi Ace. Drink with your favorite word processor, ideally word perfect, at 10 degrees celsius.


In 1796, the Town of Dunham was the first of the cantons to be erected in Lower Canada by a group of Loyalists whose appointed representative was Thomas Dunn. As Dunn was of Irish descent, clovers are found in the city's coat of arms.

Brasserie Dunham makes No Tahoma Farmhouse Ale Saison / Farmhouse Ale