Lug•TreadLagered Ale • 5.2% alc/vol
Available year-round, LUG•TREAD LAGERED ALE is our award winning, flagship beer. Golden-hued, crisp and finely balanced, Lug•Tread is top fermented (like an ale) and then cold aged (like a lager) for a lengthy period. This gives our beer some light ale notes complemented by a lager-like crispness. Lug•Tread displays interwoven malt and hop flavours, subtle fruit flavours and a crisp, lingering finish.
AshnanWild Oats No. 40
Wheat Wine (Aged in Chardonnay Barrels) • 9.8% alc/vol
A wheat wine, Ashnan displays great depth of character and complexity. It features bold tannic notes that integrate very well with the tropical fruit flavours. Aging in white wine barrels contributes wood and wine character to the noticeable alcohol presence, and enhances a dry finish. A beer with a wine-imposed identity crisis, Ashnan sits comfortably between, offering the best qualities of both. Ashnan wheat wine pours a light gold colour, and is moderately hopped. This lively, effervescent golden ale abounds in tropical fruit flavours, notably pineapple. The wine-like character is pronounced, with buttery chardonnay aromas giving way to oakiness. The finish is gently warming.
GilgameshWild Oats No. 37
Old Ale (Aged in Rum Barrels)• 8.9% alc/vol
Gilgamesh old ale has been aged in rum barrels while resting on its yeast in storage, which contributes to a full-bodied and malty character. Complex fruit esters reminiscent of figs and dates add to the richness and sweetness of this dark, strong wine-like ale. Sweet rich malt and dried fruit aromas are abundant and are reflected in the flavour. Date and fig-like notes merge with some baking-spice notes of cinnamon and nutmeg, and just a touch of earthiness. Wood-aged characters including vanilla are subtle but present, as is a dark rum undertone. Gilgamesh displays well-integrated alcohol warmth.
SargonWild Oats No. 39
Ginger Beer (Aged in Rum Barrels) • 6.0% alc/vol
Sargon is a ginger beer that has been partially barrel aged in rum barrels. This fun and flavourful twist on an English Ale is our brewers’ interpretation of the classic rum-and-ginger beer combo called a “Dark & Stormy.” Organic ginger contributes the signature aromatics of this spice, along with a snappy heat. An aging in cognac/rum barrels adds the final touches to Sargon. Pours deep orange to copper in colour, with a dry finish. Ginger is dominant in this sessionable ale that offers fresh root aroma and snappy, peppery taste. Sweet malt provides a balanced counterpoint. The finish is clean and slightly bracing with gently lingering rum notes.
SiduriWild Oats No. 38
White Pepper Saison (Aged in Red Ice Wine Barrels) • 10.2% alc/vol
Siduri is an extra-strong saison beer that has been spiced with white peppercorns and aged in red-grape icewine barrels. The pepper character is definitely present but doesn’t overwhelm this delicate creation; earthy undertones come out in the finish. Siduri starts with bright white pepper aroma. The flavour profile is fruity, spicy and mildly peppery. The very dry finish exhibits some earthiness. Siduri’s complexity is delicately enhanced with an aging in red-grape ice wine barrels.
Beaver•RiverI.P.Eh. • 5.6% alc/vol
Inspired by the Beaver River (Rivière Castor), which connects Ottawa to many communities to the east, this IPA is designed to appeal to hop heads. Taking the malt and yeast profile of a traditional British-Style India Pale Ale and adding an American-Style citrus punch, our beaver•river is both assertive and drinkable. beaver•river is organic, unfiltered and has been dry-hopped in our conditioning tanks to amplify the hop aroma.
Eastern Ontario Gruit • 6.6% alc/vol
The inspiration for bog•water came from the Alfred Bog, a truly unique feature of Eastern Ontario. The malt and yeast profile is that of a Belgian Dubbel, a very contemplative and complex ale, and we added an interesting twist: we use wild harvested bog myrtle, an herb used in brewing extensively until the 1500s. Bog myrtle adds bitterness, a sweet aroma and herbal spicy notes. The result is a beer style we can claim is truly our own, an Eastern Ontario Gruit.
Kissmeyer: Nordic Pale AleB-Side Brewing Label
Kissmeyer Nordic Pale Ale is an imaginative interpretation of the Pale Ale style and features a unique northern-inspired medley of ingredients. Sweet Gale, Yarrow, Dried Heather Flowers, Rose Hips, and Cranberries comprise its balanced fruit-and-herb bouquet, while a Maple-Syrup addition rounds out the complex character of the beer. The Nordic pale ale features intricate herbal nuance, moderate hop presence, pleasant dryness, and a crisp finish.
A one-man gypsy brewing company, Kissmeyer Beer creates innovative beers with a distinct personal and unique character, brewed to an exemplary degree of technical quality, inspired by and often brewed in collaboration with world-class brewer friends and colleagues. Nordic Pale Ale is a pioneering style for Kissmeyer, intended to fuse the best in modern brewing techniques with ingredients that reflect Nordic and Canadian traditions.
The Tom Green BeerMilk Stout • 5.0% alc/vol
Beau’s and Canadian actor and comedian Tom Green have collaborated to create The Tom Green Beer. A milk stout, The Tom Green Beer displays flavours of chocolate and coffee, while delivering a creamy, velvety texture, and finishing with a mild sweetness.
Burnt RockPro-Am No. 5
Vanilla Porter • 4.9% alc/vol
Burnt Rock is a classic British-style porter brewed with additions of organic vanilla beans and extract. Despite what the weighty aroma suggests, Burnt Rock has a good, clean finish, and sessionable drinkability. Beau’s Pro-Am Series is a salute to homebrewers, true innovators of our craft. Beers designed by amateur brewers, brewed at Beau’s. Burnt rock was brewed by the Members of Barleyment’s Patrick Boisvenue!
Doc's Feet DubbelPro Am No. 4
Belgian Dubbel • 7.6% alc/vol
Doc’s Feet is our take on the Belgian Dubbel, a centuries old style invented by Trappist brewers. This complex, mahogany-hued strong ale has a pronounced fruitiness and malt character, alongside spicy notes and alcohol warmth. Beau’s Pro-Am Series is a salute to homebrewers, true innovators of our craft — beers designed by amateur brewers, brewed at Beau’s. Tim Gregory won the 2011 Toronto Beer Week Homebrew Contest with the recipe for Doc’s Feet Dubbel.
Ellsmere's RegretWild Oats No. 34
Marshmallows + chocolate: a vexing combination to have stuck to your hands ‘round a summer campfire, but the s’more-like flavours pair perfectly in this chocolate milk stout. The base style benefits from the addition of 18 kg of organic chocolate, 10 kg of cocoa nibs, and 20 kg of hemp seeds to achieve chocolatey goodness, restrained nuttiness and a silky mouthfeel. The flavours meld to create an exquisite dessert-like decadence with a whisper of vanilla.
Hogan's GoatWild Oats No. 15
Spiced Bock • 6.9% alc/vol
Hogan’s Goat is a unique bock-inspired beer that has been brewed with a slight rye malt addition and adventurously spiced with peppermint, juniper, and orange peel. Offering up mingling aromas of mint and herbs, this copper-hued brew features a malty, sweet flavour that gets a pleasant cleansing lift from the addition of cooling peppermint and herbal juniper, while light orange peel adds a complementary citrus undertone.
St. Luke's VerseWild Oats No. 33
Lavender Gruit • 5.7% alc/vol
Legend has it that young maidens wanting to know their true love’s identity would sip a lavender brew and chant St. Luke’s Verse, imploring him to reveal it in her dreams. “St. Luke, be kind to me. In my dreams, let me my true love see.” Copper in colour, St. Luke’s Verse Gruit Ale offers up an aromatic bouquet of lavender, thyme and rosemary, with flavours that present in unison as a deliciously drinkable potpourri. St. Luke’s Verse was brewed in honour of International Gruit Day.
The Bottle ImpPro-Am No. 09
Russian Imperial Stout • 9.0% alc/vol
The Bottle Imp is a strong, dark, roasty and rich creation. This rendition of a Russian Imperial Stout is also infused with a blend of Mexican and Ethiopian fair-trade organic coffee. Complex and contemplative, and with well-integrated alcohol warmth, The Bottle Imp is best served in a snifter, sipped slowly and savoured.
Wag the WolfWild Oats No. 31
Hopfenweisse • 6.0% alc/vol
Wag the Wolf is a weissbier (wheat beer) that has been generously “late-addition” hopped with organic New Zealand varieties to provide abundant aromas of citrus and tropical fruit. Made with 65% wheat, and fermented with a traditional German weissbier yeast, expect pleasant fruit and spice flavours with a restrained bitterness on the finish.