Ale

Brewed with top fermenting yeast at cellar temperature, ales are fuller-bodied, with nuances of fruit or spice and a pleasantly hoppy finish. Generally robust and complex with a variety of fruit and malt aromas, ales come in many varieties. They could include Bitters, Milds, Abbey Ales, Pale Ales, Nut Browns, etc. More Details

Lager

A lager, which can range from sweet to bitter and pale to black, is usually used to describe bottom-fermented brews of Dutch, German, and Czech styles. Most, however, are a pale to medium colour, have high carbonation, and a medium to high hop flavour. Crisp and refreshing with a smooth finish from longer aging.

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American

There’s very little distinction between a Porter and a Stout, but they do have their differences. Porter is a dark, almost black, fruity-dry, top fermenting style. An ale, porter is brewed with a combination of roasted malt to impart flavour, colour and aroma. More Details

Belgian

Stout, not as sweet to the taste, features a rich, creamy head and is flavoured and coloured by barley. Stout is also a black, roast brew made by top fermentation. Stouts often use a portion of unmalted roasted barley to develop a dark, slightly astringent, coffee-like character. More Details

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Eclipse Pumpkin Spice Porter

Sweet, malty aromas as well as earthy and nutty oat flavors and a balanced sweetness.

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