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This Canadian style wheat beer was conditioned with generous additions of locally grown strawberries and rhubarb. Distinct wheat beer flavours combine with the slight sweetness from the berries and slight tartness from the rhubarb for a refreshing treat.
This beer is very cloudy and since we don’t filter and use real locally grown fruit you may even find a strand of rhubarb or a strawberry seed in your glass! That is how fresh this beer is.
Phone Box Fizz- Luckett Vineyards 12%
Tidal Bay- Luckett Vineyards- 11%
Riesling- Gaspereau Vineyards- 11%
Baco Noir- Grand Pre Vineyards- 12%
4 Skins- Jost- 12%
Baron’s Red- Casa Nova- 12%
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
Freezing Spray IPA.
This hop forward beer has plenty of bitterness, flavour and fresh hop aroma. This beer is 6.5% ABV and made with enough malt to support the ample additions of Chinook, Ekuanot and Citra hop. The result is a beer that has plenty of citrus and fruit aroma with some pine and spice over the palate.
Named after Yarmouth’s location on both Highway 101 and 103, this beer is refreshing and easy to drink.
Neither the malt or hops stand out, this beer is balanced, clean and refreshing on a hot summer afternoon or a great choice for a session lasting late into the evening.
If you enjoy well crafted local beer but heavily hopped or big flavour beers aren’t for you, give this a try.
This beer has ample additions of roasted barley and chocolate malt which contribute to a slightly sweet character and roasty aroma. This beer has a small addition of lactose for added sweetness and mouthfeel but drinkers will not find this to be a heavy stout, drinkibility is high with this beer which sets it apart from thicker and more filling stouts.