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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: 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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