The Clocktower Oyster Stout is an homage to the original beers clarified with these oyster shells. It is a dark brown, almost black beer in colour with a creamy tan head. The aroma is that of roast coffee, chocolate and just a hint of salt. The nitrogen added; rather than carbon dioxide, gives the stout a smooth creamy body, making it very easy to drink. The end flavour is slightly salty with a hint of roast. Once the beer warms up a slight caramel sweetness becomes noticeable. This Oyster Stout stays true to the tradition of the stout, while remaining extremely drinkable and not too filling.
13 Canadian Beers to Drink on Canada Day
If you weren’t paying attention in history class or you miss the influx of parades every year, Canada Day falls on July 1. Grab your red and white attire and celebrate your Canadian heritage with friends and family with these amazing Canadian beers.
What Are Adjunct Beers? – Beer Styles: The Ingredients
Ever wondered what beer is made of? You may already know about the four basics: malt, hops, yeast and water…but what about “everything else”? Follow along as we cover adjunct beer ingredients from starches, grains and sugars, to flavours, bacteria and more…