Innis & Gunn Oak Aged Beer Canada's Day 2012
Alan Cólen 10 de Agosto de 2012
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Alongside Ale Malt, we added Aromatic Barley Malt which imparts the beer’s rich toffee colour and satisfying maltiness. We used Goldings hops from three farms in East Kent to give the beer a bitterness to balance out the core malt sweetness. We then slowly oak matured the beer to unlock the delicious flavours of vanilla and toffee locked inside the oak grain. Tasty! The packaging for this year’s Canada Day beer has been created by Canadian artist Gary Whitley who won this year’s Innis & Gunn art competition. Being a proud Canadian, Gary was inspired to use the national emblem, the leaf of the Sugar Maple with its distinctive shape and vibrant colour, to add a sense of both drama and fun to his iconic piece. Gary Whitley has been a professional artist for more than 30 years. His work, which takes inspiration from the great Canadian outdoors, is exhibited across the state of British Columbia and has seen him chosen as a Signature Member of the Society of Canadian Artists. We are proud to showcase his outstanding work in celebration of Canada’s national day.
Avaliações dos usuários
Cerveja rubi, de creme branco, denso e persiste. O aroma tem nuances de morangos frescos, whisky, caramelo e malte um pouco torrado. O sabor acompanha, com exceção do malte torrado. Essa breja tem um corpo médio/alto e efervescência média/baixa.
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