We are pleased to announce that Conductor’s Craft Ale and Brakeman’s Session Ale are now available in 473 ml tallboy cans at the following 7 Beer Store locations in West Toronto (See map below) … All Aboard!
Roncesvalles Village TBS#2306
2135 DUNDAS STREET West, TORONTO, Ontario M6R 1X1
65 BROCK AVENUE, TORONTO, Ontario M6K 2L3
The Annex TBS#2312
500 DUPONT STREET, TORONTO, Ontario M6G 1Y7
The Junction/Bloor West Village TBS#2314
3524 DUNDAS STREET West, TORONTO, Ontario M6S 2S1
Little Portugal TBS#2319
1200 DUNDAS STREET West, TORONTO, Ontario M6J 1X4
The Stockyards TBS#2371
2153 ST. CLAIR AVENUE, TORONTO, Ontario M6N 1K5
Liberty Village TBS#2377
120 LYNN WILLIAMS STREET, TORONTO, Ontario M6K 3N6
Conductor’s Craft Ale 5.3% ABV | 32 IBU
Conductor’s Craft Ale fits broadly into the pale ale category, though we think of it more as a hybrid of traditional British, German, and American brewing techniques used to arrive at a hop complexity that constantly changes in the glass as it warms up and a drinker drinks more. With The Conductor we wanted to tip our hats to ‘pioneer’ craft beers like Sierra Nevada Pale Ale and Anchor Liberty Ale, but at the same time the beer had to be balanced and drinkable to allow a drinker to enjoy more than one. We used 5 different malts from Germany, France, Britain and Canada to give Conductor’s a biscuity, toasted, caramel base, and a combination of 5 different hops from Germany, the Czech Republic and the Pacific Northwest of the USA. To finish the beer we designed and built in-house a ‘hopback’ mechanism that infuses the hop aromas into the beer in line from the kettle as the beer goes into the fermenter. We use whole leaf hops of Cascade and spicy German Tetnanger in ‘the Hopback’ to provide a unique and intense hop aroma that is familiar but uniquely presented.
FUN FACTS :
1.) American Pale Ale that showcases 5 types of malt and 5 types of hops
2.) Inspired by American Craft pioneer Sierra Nevada Pale Ale
3.) ‘Hopbacked’ with dry leaf Cascade and Tetnanger hops
4.) A hybrid of traditional British, German, and American brewing techniques
SERVING SUGGESTIONS : Serving temperature: 6 – 9°C
CHEESE PAIRING : Best with Havarti, Old or Extra old Artisanal Cheddar or Monterrey Jack.
FOOD PAIRING : Spicy Pad Thai but also perfect with BBQ anything!
Brakeman’s Session Ale 4.5% ABV | 45 IBU
FUN FACTS :
1.) Has a juicy hop flavor but is also balanced and sessionable
2.) Showcases British and American hops.
3.) Hopbacked with dry leaf Cascade hops.
4.) Silver medal winner at the Canadian Brewing Awards 2014
SERVING SUGGESTIONS : Serving temperature: 2 – 8°C
CHEESE PAIRING : Best with Oak Aged Gruyere/Monterrey Jack
FOOD PAIRING : Lightly Grilled Calamari or
Bison Burgers with chipotle aoli
All Aboard at The Beer Store’s #BeerBoutique in Liberty Village !
Brakeman’s Session Ale : Silver Medal Winner Canadian Brewing Awards 2014
All Aboard at The Beer Store !