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Shirtless in the mufflerman waiting room - barrel aged imperial brown ale
This imperial brown ale stands up well to the intense flavour picked up from aging in freshly dumped bourbon barrels. a heavy mix of caramel malts in the grain bill pairs well with the vanilla and burnt caramel notes the beer picked up from the barrels. hazelnut and almond extract were dosed during fermentation, which gives this beer a smooth and nutty aftertaste. 8.2% alc./vol.650 ml
$12.00
Shirtless at the kremlin - barrel aged russian imperial stout
This russian imperial stout sat in heaven hill bourbon barrels for 4 long months. you’ll enjoy roasted coffee notes, malt sweetness, and wonderful boozy warmth. you'll also experience subtle notes of galloping around moscow on a dark horse without your shirt. 11.2% alc./vol.650 ml
$15.00
Hypothesis #1 and #2 - lo-cal ipa
Pull your pipettes out of the crawl space, we need your help with a science experiment. abstract: hypothesis #1 and #2 are our first attempts at a lo-cal ipa. the goal is to balance the citrusy, refreshing goodness of an ipa with the benefits of a low calorie beer. observations: we observed that the beer got brewed and packaged. materials and methods: water, malt, hops, yeast, goggles, a lab coat, passion, a documentary about tibetan yaks. results hypothesis #1calories/12 oz - 123abv - 3.61%srm - 6.8ibu - 25og - 9.43fg - 2.54 hypothesis #2calories/12 oz - 99abv - 4.34%srm - 5.8ibu - 22og - 8fg - 0 definitions abv: alcohol by volume, a standard measure of how much alcohol is contained in a given volume of a beverage (expressed as a volume percent). srm: standard reference method, the system brewers use to measure a beer’s color. a very pale beer, such as american wheat, typically has an srm of 5, while a dark coloured stout is usually in the range of 25-40 srm. ibu: international bittering units, the measure of hops’ contribution to a beer's bitterness. it can range from zero to over 100. beer bitterness is subject to perception. what is aggressively bitter to some is mildly bitter to others. also, bitterness can seem lower in the presence of residual sugar, carbonation and cooler temperatures. og: original gravity, the measure of how much sugar is present in the wort before it is fermented. fg: final gravity, the measure of how much sugar is left over when fermentation is done. 
$10.00
Hypothesis #3 and #4 - lo-cal ipa
We're back with more experimental science! abstract: hypothesis #3 and #4 are our second attempts at a lo-cal ipa (see the first attempts) the goal is to balance the citrusy, refreshing goodness of an ipa with the benefits of a low calorie beer. observations: we observed that the beer got brewed and packaged. materials and methods: water, malt, hops, yeast, goggles, a lab coat, passion, a documentary about siberian yaks. results hypothesis #3 calories/12 oz - 110abv - 4.7srm - 8ibu - 25og - 8.5fg - 0 hypothesis #4 calories/12 oz - 135abv - 4.7srm - 6ibu - 25og - 10.5fg - 2 definitions abv: alcohol by volume, a standard measure of how much alcohol is contained in a given volume of a beverage (expressed as a volume percent). srm: standard reference method, the system brewers use to measure a beer’s color. a very pale beer, such as american wheat, typically has an srm of 5, while a dark coloured stout is usually in the range of 25-40 srm. ibu: international bittering units, the measure of hops’ contribution to a beer's bitterness. it can range from zero to over 100. beer bitterness is subject to perception. what is aggressively bitter to some is mildly bitter to others. also, bitterness can seem lower in the presence of residual sugar, carbonation and cooler temperatures. og: original gravity, the measure of how much sugar is present in the wort before it is fermented. fg: final gravity, the measure of how much sugar is left over when fermentation is done. 
$10.00
Sarnia ultra: turbo edition - imperial ipa
A hopbomb featuring citra and mosaic hops with an added touch of extreme! 9.6% alc./vol. 650 ml
$7.00
Snakes
Snakes, is an imperial pilsner brewed to mimic a gin and tonic. true story. this pale, golden beauty is infused with juniper berries and lime zest, creating a unique yet balanced flavour. come on in and odred a glass of snakes.
Shirtless at the pet cemetery
Shirtless at the pet cemetery is an imperial ale with sweet caramel malt aromas and flavours, complemented by the charred caramelized walls of the heaven hill distillery bourbon barrels. it's spiced with a blend of cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, and cloves, leaving a delectable sweet pumpkin pie finish. as for the shirtless at the pet cemetery incident, that is too raw to go into right now. so just drink the ale.
Sarnia light
A bright, incredibly easy drinking ale that uses the unique kveik yeast strain to produce an easy drinking yet full flavoured ale. a simple malt bill, along with some oats, gives this beer a soft and elegant mouthfeel. a slight dry hop finishes off this beer and gives way to a bright and sessionable beer.
This beer's gone bad
A young brett-fermented american wild ale influenced by canadians, 'this beer’s gone bad' has sour notes, combined with the fresh wheat beer taste that is perfect for early patio season.
A battery of barracudas
Just like the ferocious fish, this black ale looks a little funny and has a fearsome bite. the sweet and piny simcoe hops give this beer a nice forward bite, but before you can say "battery!" you will get a roasty, malty finish, which is why this beer has a surprisingly pitch black colour. at 5.7% this delicious winter ale is just the kind of beer to surprise attack your february blues.
Going to see a man about a horse - sour ipa
We took the best characteristics of a sour and an east coast ipa and blended them into one uniquely refreshing beer. this hazy gem features prominent tropical fruit, stonefruit, and tart red apple flavours accompanied by a distinct lactic acid twang. so go ahead and see that man about that horse (aka sneak away from that centaur documentary you are currently watching and place an order for this beer. now get back to the tv immediately, the centaur is galloping!). 650 ml
$10.00
Postman's delight - monthly beer subscription
For the craft beer lover. features 12 to 14 beers, including two bombers each of our extremely limited 300l tiny batch series and a variety of hand-picked seasonal releases. this box is a mixture of cans and 650ml bombers, all of which will be delivered by a postal worker possessing above average signs of delight. it includes free monthly shipping and you can cancel your subscription at any time. please note: the cut-off date for this month's box is the 22nd. boxes ordered after the 22nd will be delivered the following month.
$120.00
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