Kirby’s Kölsch

Brewery: Muskoka Brewery Type:  Kölsch Kölsch is a clear, all-barley pale ale with a bright, straw-yellow hue similar to a standard German pale lager.[1] Kölsch is warm fermented at around 13 to 21 °C (55 to 70 °F), then conditioned by lagering at cold temperatures.[2] This style of fermentation links Kölsch with some other central northern European beers such…

Special Pale Ale

Brewery: Wellington Brewery Type: Special Pale Ale ABV: 4.5% IBU: 22 Appearance / Aroma: Deep amber color, a bit hazy. Medium dense head that disappears a somewhat quickly. Smells clean with a tangy grain note at the front. Taste / Feel:  Quite a light body and not super strong in taste. However, some malted grain comes back with the exhale….

Wellington S.P.A

Brewery: Wellington Brewery Type: Special Pale Ale ABV: 4.5% Thoughts: I was immediately drawn to, and pleasantly surprised, by the deep amber color. I was expecting more of a lighter golden-yellow, as is typical of pale ales. In terms of taste and mouthfeel, this beer starts out clean and crisp but also has wonderful creaminess mid way through. There’s…