The Semi-Rotational Brews

The Semi-Rotationals are a group of popular beers... often looped back in and sporadically released throughout the year.
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Black Sow'r Stout: Despite its pure black colour and big malt character, this beer is sure to surprise once it hits the palate. This stout has actually been kettle soured with lactobacillus, giving it a refreshing component with a burst of tart acidity. While the typical stout notes of roast, chocolate and smoke are there, there is also a notable aspect of tangy, sour berries. Unlike many stouts, it drinks very well in the warm weather months.

Black Sow’r Stout

Brewery & Beer Shed, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario.

Hef's Big Wood: A hefeweizen that is both fermented and aged with oak. Similar to Chardonnay in wine, the rather neutral character of the hefeweizen style really showcases the delicious aromas and flavours of the oak – vanilla, banana, spice (clove), mild bubblegum and toasted wood. The mildly sweet finish carries the big flavour intensity right to the end.

Hef’s Big Wood

Brewery & Beer Shed, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario.

Old Tyme Gingerbread Porter: Dark, malty notes of roast coffee, dark chocolate and biscuit mesh amazingly with spice additions of ginger, nutmeg and cinnamon. This holiday porter is medium bodied with a surprisingly dry finish.

Olde Tyme Gingerbread Porter

Brewery & Beer Shed, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario.

Cousin Abbey's Dubbel: A fruity Belgian Dubbel with malt complexity as the anchor. Reddish orange-brown colour foreshadows decadent characteristics of rum-raisin, clove, flambé banana, figs, fresh baked bread and vanilla from oak ageing. Warm, rich finish goes for days!

Cousin Abbey’s Dubbel

Brewery & Beer Shed, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario.

Red Barn Bitter: A conventional ESB fronting caramel malt characteristics and prominent earthy, pine hop bitterness. Medium mouthfeel with a surprising quenching aspect to it. Touch of bitterness lingers on the tongue.

Red Barn Bitter

Brewery & Beer Shed, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario.

The Bock Forty: A Mai Bock brewed with rich dark Munich malt, Vienna and Canadian Pilsen. The result is heavily malt driven beer with a slight fruitiness and light toasted character. Complex malty finish with hint of sweetness, it retains just enough body and warmth to match the sporadic temperatures of springtime.

The Bock Forty

Brewery & Beer Shed, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario.

Sunday's Best Belgian Wit: Classic Belgian Wit with a pleasant sweetness and mixture of honey, vanilla, floral (chamomile), citrus (orange peel) and coriander. Beautiful hazy, straw colour with bright white head and medium carbonation. Spicy finish, with refreshing citrus character.

Sunday’s Best Belgian Wit

Brewery & Beer Shed, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario.

Crop Duster Belgian IPA: Exotic Belgian yeast-driven flavours of pineapple, mango, citrus fruit, melon and banana. Great clarity, with medium-high carbonation and clean hop bitterness. The mild sweetness on the finish is balanced nicely by the bitter quality.

Crop Duster Belgian IPA

Brewery & Beer Shed, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario.

Farmer's Tan IPA: This juicy IPA, with a slight haze, pushes hard with a predominant tropical note of passion fruit. Very refreshing with clean hop bitterness and a dry finish.

Farmer’s Tan IPA

Brewery & Beer Shed, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario.

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