Hello and welcome to the September 20th edition of the Maritime Beer Report
Another harvest beer has popped up. Bigtide Brewing Co. in Saint John has a new Indian Beach Harvest Ale made with local fresh hops!
Picaroons announced this week the launch of its Harvest Ale(s) will be Thursday Sept. 26th from 4PM-7PM, at the Alcool NB Liquor Train Station, on York Street in Downtown Fredericton. Go have a FREE taste of this 100% fresh locally hopped Pale Ale, and learn about your hops, your farmer, and your beer.
Shiretown Brewery "Runnin Down the Road" is coming soon with Wild Charlo Hops! Also Shiretown's Blonde du Quai Beer available in all Moncton & Dieppe NB Liquor stores and in Fredericton at York St. & Prospect.
Pump House Brewery posted a picture of Glenn is transferring his Russian rye ale, into Glenora casks for conditioning.
Barnone Brewing IPA will be avialable next week in the brewery.But to those going to Kegs Corks and Oysters in Summerside Saturday they will be there for its first tapping.
Big Spruce Brewing announces a new tap at Ceilidh's Pub in Dartmouth. This week they were alse dry hopping some Kitchen Party with some hops grown for us by the folks at Southan Farms in NB.
Garrison Brewing Harvest Wheat is here! Now pouring at the brewery this is an unfiltered wheat beer with a German spin is the perfect kick-off to Halifax Oktoberfest! Don't forget tomorrow is Oktoberfest tomorrow, they are tapping a keg of 3 FIELDS HARVEST!
Hell Bay Brewing announced fall/winter hours this week Tues. - Sat.: 12pm -5pm and closed on Sunday and Monday
Propeller Brewing now has Nocturne Dark Lager available in 500ml bottles at our retail stores in Halifax & Dartmouth. Growlers were ready this afternoon.
NOCTURNE: ART AT NIGHT is a fall festival that brings art and energy to the streets of Halifax between 6 p.m.-midnight. The 2013 event will take place on Saturday October 19th. The completely free, sixth annual event showcases and celebrates the visual arts scene in Halifax. Nocturne, designed and planned by volunteers, is an opportunity for everyone to experience the art of Halifax in a whole new light.
The beer is a Munich Style Dark Lager inspired by Nocturne: Art at Night. The brew features deep mahogany hues with a clean lager nose. The flavours are rich and malty, accompanied by traditional German Noble hops gently asserting themselves while balancing the malt profile. The long aging period or "Lagering" and low bitterness make this brew very smooth and drinkable. Proceeds from each beer sold will be donated to Nocturne Halifax!
Propeller also tweeted that it had its first brew in at the Dartmouth brewery yesterday and guess what, it is an IPA
Sea Level Brewing HOPFAZUPFA I.P.A. its next seasonal creation is on its way.
That is all for this week, please enjoy resposible and we'll see you next week