Thursday, October 4, 2012

What's on tap at The Townhouse?

The current line-up:

Propeller Pumpkin Ale (Halifax)
A fall classic, created in fall of 2004 at the request of the Town of Windsor's  Pumpkin Festival. Brewed using Howard Dill's® world famous Atlantic Giant Pumpkins® and a special blend of spices - It’s the next best thing to pumpkin pie. Get it while it lasts!

Propeller IPA (Halifax)
Not for the faint of heart. True India Pale Ales had to withstand long sea voyages before quenching the thirst of cranky British troops stationed in India. Our IPA is true to this style, it’s bracing, bitter and higher in alcohol (6.5%alc./vol) and made with the trademark Propeller quality. It’s full-bodied ale for full throttle beer lovers! Gold World Beer Championships (Chicago) 2006, 2007 and 2008.

Granite Peculiar (Halifax)
Peculiar is a dark Yorkshire Style Ale, a full bodied brew with a sweet but slightly dry palate. Winner: The People's Choice Award at the Toronto Beer Festival, and an "exceptional" rating from the Chicago Beverage Tasting Institute.  Peculiar is also featured in Michael Jackson's Great Beer Guide.

Granite Keefe’s Irish Stout (Halifax)
This is a true Irish Stout. A black and bitter stout with a buried hint of sweetness.  It pours with a thick creamy head that is said to support currency. 

Garrison Red Ale  (Halifax)
This classic beer style was inspired by centuries of Celtic brewing history. Specialty kilned malts such as dark caramel and munich dominate the Irish Red resulting in a ruby red colour and smooth malty taste.

Garrison Hopyard (Halifax)
Deep golden, medium bodied & nicely bitter, Hopyard Pale is exceptional in the West Coast style. Generous hopping in the boil & further dry-hopping produce a fruity/floral aroma & refreshingly bitter finish. A true thirst-quencher!

Pumphouse Premium Lager (Moncton, NB)
A tribute to the Reinheitsgebot (beer purity law) of 1516, brewed using just barley, hops, yeast and water. Cold aged and matured for more than six weeks, there are no adjuncts, or artificial carbonation - resulting in a 100% natural lager.

Pumphouse Special Old Bitter (Moncton, NB)
A deep honey-coloured unfiltered west coast style session beer with the classic fresh aromatic hop bouquet mingling with malty undertones for excellent balance finishing with a pleasant lingering bitterness. A great thirst quencher or the perfect buffer with spicy foods!

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