Posted November 1, 2017
Here are some new beers
Square Timber Brewing in Pembroke has released Matrimonial Cake Stout – brewed with dates. Available at the brewery now in 473ml cans.
Nita Brewing‘s fresh-hopped Harvest IPA is available now through the brewery in Ottawa.
Flux Dry Hopped Sour with Apricot puree is new from Bicycle Craft Brewery in Ottawa.
The Bottle Imp coffee-infused Russian imperial stout and seasonal Dunkel are both back from Beau’s – Available in 600ml bottles November 2 through the brewery.
Black Sour Blossom Sour Cherry Schwarzbier is out now from Waller St Brewing in Ottawa, brewed with both German Lager yeast and house Lactobacilluse with sour cherries.
Remember, remember, the Fifth of November. The annual 11.05 release from Sawdust City and Nickel Brook brewmasters Sam Corbeil and Ryan Morrow returns in form of an Imperial Fruit Sour with Soursop – the fruit of the evergreen tree. Available at both breweries beginning November 5 (d’uh).
A limited run of Sour Cherry Porter with Brett is available now from Wellington Brewery in Guelph in 770ml bottles
Forked River and Sawdust City have released their collaborative Abbey Normal – an mixed fermentation sour Belgian-style amber barrel aged for 8 months. Available now through Forked River in 500ml bottles. Also available now is their Flanders Red Ale.
Seasonal imperial stout The Blood of Cthulhu, brewed with raspberries, cranberries, and tart cherries, is back from Sawdust City available now in 473ml cans at the brewery.
Rouge River Brewing in Markham has released Holy Trinity IPA featuring Simcoe, Citra and Mosaic hops. Available now through the brewery in 500ml bottles
Life is Green Kiwi Berliner Weisse is out now from New Ontario Brewing in North Bay.
Returning as a seasonal is Collective Arts’ Collective Project Imperial Porter. Available now through the Hamilton brewery in 473ml cans.
Out now from Parsons Brewing in Prince Edward County is their Rizbal Mango Lassi. Available now at their bottle shop in 650ml bottles.
Dominion City Brewing has introduced Heart City Hopfenweisse and updated the recipe for their Earnscliffe Brown Ale. Both available in 473ml cans through their Ottawa retail store.