July 2016 Beer of the Month

Dear July BOTM members, this month we have a selection of beers by St. Ambroise from Quebec and Bad Tattoo Brewing from Penticton. We hope you enjoy. Cheers!

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St. Ambroise Apricot Wheat Ale

Natural apricot flavour is married to barley and wheat malts to give St-Ambroise Apricot Wheat Ale it’s uniquely delicious, subtly sweet taste. A natural, delightfully refreshing choice for adventurous palates that appreciate a light ale with a playful twist.

St. Ambroise Oak Aged Pale Ale
Introducing our 25th-anniversary beer: St-Ambroise Oak Aged! Brewed with Pale Malt, Crystal malt, toasted wheat and chocolate malt, this unfiltered, strong pale ale is hopped with Nugget, Cascade, Hallertau, and Golding. The beer is then aged in oak to give the beer greater complexity. 6% alc./vol. One more reason to celebrate!

St. Ambroise Raspberry Raspberry Ale

Made with carefully selected fresh raspberries and top-quality sun-ripened hops, St-Ambroise Raspberry Ale is the perfect thirst quencher for sun-drenched summer days. If it’s glorious red hues don’t woo you, it’ll win your heart with its delicate fruitiness and crisp hoppiness -quintessential St-Ambroise.

BAD-TATTOO-Brewing-Logo-Neg-500x327Bad Tattoo Brewing ACP Golden Ale

The ACP Golden Ale is brewed with a combination of German Malts and German noble hops. Reminiscent of the Pilsner style of beer, it packs a nice hop bite, but without the fruitiness associated with hoppy beers. Despite its hoppiness, it is a great sessionable beer, thanks to its crispness and great flavour. (25 cents of every ACP sold at BTB goes to local charity). ACP (Achieve, Conquer, Persevere).

Bad Tattoo Brewing Los Muertos Cerveza Negra

Los Muertos Cerveza Negra is a dark coloured lager made from a mix of Pilsner, Crystal and Munich malts. This combination imparts the great maltiness of the beer. Using a lager yeast, it is fermented at lower temperatures which gives it crispness and its refreshing taste. It is reminiscent of a light German Bock, but with a Mexican twist.