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Belgian Farmhouse Saison

$54.95
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Best Case: 1820 IPA

$59.95

A traditional British IPA. Rich malty, full of hops, a higher alcohol content and very full flavour. Traditionally brewed to survive the rigors of a long sea voyage from Britain to India during the Raj, this strong ale is a great representation of original India Pale Ales. Very different from the more modern citrusy and drier “West Coast”, North American IPA’s.

O.G. 1.062-64 | F.G. 1.013-15 | ABV 6.5% | IBU 30

 

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Best Case: Barking Dog Brown

$49.95

This dark North American brown ale is more assertive than its British cousin. Rich chocolate malt character combined with a very subtle smokiness. Serve cool.

O.G. 1.049-51 | F.G 1.010-12 | ABV 5.1% | IBU 18

 

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Best Case: Cascade West Coast Pale Ale

$49.95

West Coast Pale Ale is different enough from its British cousin to have gained its own designation as a “classic style”. Golden in colour, This crisp, clean beer has a floral aroma from the distinctly North American Cascade hops. Unlike British pale ales, strong fermentation characteristics (esters) are not a hallmark of this style. Serve cold, 36-45° F.

O.G. 1.051-53 | F.G. 1.012-14 | ABV 5.2% | IBU 25

 

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Best Case: Old Peculiar

$49.95

Toffee and roast malt in the mouth with hints of ‘rum’ and a deep bitter-sweet finish. Deceptively drinkable at almost 6% alc/vol.

This dark old ale originates from Theakston’s brewery in North Yorkshire, England. Toffee and roast malt in the mouth; deep, bitter sweet finish with delicate hop underpinning. Peculiar has a certain warmth due to its higher alcohol content (5.7% alc./vol.). Serve at cellar temperature.

OG 1.055-57 | F.G. 1.011-13 | ABV 5.8% | IBU 18

 

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Best Case: Peat McFuggles Scottish Ale

$49.95

This traditional Scottish classic accents malt over hops. It also gains a touch of smokiness from peated malt.

This deep, traditional Scottish classic is similar to an English bitter with the accent more on malt than on hops. This example displays a slight smokiness due to the addition of a small amount of peated malt. It is sometimes called “80 Shilling” in reference to the amount of tax they used to pay on a barrel. Serve at cellar temperature.

O.G. 1.049-51 | F.G. 1.012-14 | ABV 5% | IBU 16

 

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Best Case: Picadilly Porter

$49.95

Delicious London porter with hints of roast and chocolate.

Porter originated in London, England, as a blend of stout and pale ale. It flourished for over two centuries before fading away to near oblivion. Revived by micros and homebrewers, this beer is dark (almost black) but not as roasty as a stout. Some subtle chocolate notes, and relatively low bitterness, make this flavourful session beer as popular today, as it was among the Street and River Porters of London’s past. Serve cool.

O.G 1.049-51 | F.G. 1.012-14 | ABV 5% | IBU 14

(Values are approximate) 

Makes 23 Litres!

Best Case is a complete beer recipe, containing malt extract, crushed grains, steeping bag, hops, yeast and priming sugar. With easy to follow instructions, it has never been easier to brew your own delicious craft beer. All you need is a pot and regular beer fermenting equipment.

Become your own Brew Master and taste the difference that fresh ingredients make.

*Estimated alcohol contents for Best Case beer assume you are adding the priming sugar at bottling (which contributes approximately 0.3% alc./vol.)

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Best Case: Rory’s Irish Red

$49.95

A flavourful, well-balanced traditional Irish ale.

Ireland’s second most famous beer style (sometimes called amber), has become increasingly popular with North American Micros. This flavourful, well balanced ale, is a great starting place for those uninitiated with the wonderful ales of the U.K. Serve cool.

O.G. 1.049-51 | F.G. 1.012-14 | ABV 5% | IBU 26

 

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Best Case: Royal Red Bitter

$49.95

This is a traditional English style bitter. A fresh East Kent Goldings hop aroma balance this tasty ‘session beer’.

This is a typical English style ale. It derives its reddish colour from a small amount of roast barley. It has a balanced yet pronounced hop bitterness, and a fresh hop aroma. It has a low carbonation level, allowing its character to come through. Serve at cellar temperature 50 - 55 degrees F. ~  10 - 14 degrees C.

O.G. 1.049-51 | F.G. 1.012-14 | ABV 5.0% | IBU 20

 

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Best Case: Wheat King Wiezen

$49.95

This is a traditional, refreshing, hazy Bavarian wheat beer. Medium bodied, thirst quenching, with a traditional weizen yeast for a classic fruity profile. German Tettnanger hops add a slight spice. This style is the perfect beer for hot summer days.

O.G. 1.047-49 | F.G. 1.012-14 | ABV 4.7% | IBU 11

 

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