BEER TERMINOLOGYABV: Alcohol by volume. The measure of the alcohol content
IBU: International Bitterness Units. The measure of the bitterness contributed by hops.
SRM: Standard Reference Method. A measurement of the colour of the beer.
A well-balanced beer with subtle hoppiness and biscuit flavour. Pours honey coloured with a frothy white head. Underlying spiciness with notes of citrus and tropical fruits. This refreshing choice is well suited to enjoying on the patio.
5% ABV 5 SRM 25 IBU
A medium bodied copper coloured ale with a clean finish. The aroma has a malty sweetness with light citrus and floral notes. The flavour starts with sweet bread and is followed by caramel tones. The sweetness is matched by the pine and lemon-citrus of the hops.
5.1% ABV 11 SRM 25 IBU
This brew is malt forward with a big chocolate and roasted flavour. A medium bodied beer that is deep brown with ruby highlights. Caramel and plum notes complete the palate. an excellent choice after a long day on the water
4.5% ABV 60 SRM 25 IBU
A big, hazy, IPA, dry-hopped with mango, papaya and a heavy dosing of Mosaic hops. Its aroma is extremely pungent citrus, tropical fruit. The flavour is heavily fruit forward with a definite strong hop backbone. Better watch yourself when drinking this tropical fruit juice bomb, too many and you might end up in the water.
7.8% ABV 13 SRM 45 IBU
This stout pours deep brown in colour with a tan head. It has an extremely pungent aroma with a lot of dark chocolate.Sweet vanilla and roast coffee notes. It is rich and bold (much like Tobermory Coffee Company beans it was aged on). The cocoa nibs and vanilla beans give it an added sweetness to balance out the bitterness of coffee. Bit watch out, much like our favourite bartender Frank, this beer may knock you out.
8.4% ABV 38 SRM 18 IBU
Fire Ban Amber Ale
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