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Weighing in at 5.4% ABV, Marzen Oktoberfest is just the kind of beer you’d expect to drink at an Oktoberfest celebration in Germany, but you’ll have to settle for Nova Scotia with this one. Consistent with the style, you can likely expect a deep orange-y amber hue and a bready body with a bit of sweetness and a gentle noble hop character that lead to a crisp finish, perfect for pairing with sausages, sauerkraut and pretzels.
Award-winning wine is made with four of Nova Scotia’s choicest grape varieties—Castel, Marechal Foch, Leon Millot, and Lucie Kuhlmann. Grown in a unique terroir which is created by the slope of the land, the warm waters of the Northumberland Strait (the warmest waters north of the Carolinas) and the lack of fog, the grapes are carefully selected and then fermented in their skins.
Wild flower, herbaceous aromatics, refreshing pink grapefruit.
Brewed in the trendy New England style, this beer is hazy, hoppy and aromatic. Light bittering hop additions and heavy flameout and dry hop additions give plenty of fruity and citrus aromas.
The ferry link between Yarmouth N.S. and New England has been vital to many for years, the Scotia Prince ferry was the workhorse of the Gulf of Maine from 1982 – 2004