Sound the Alarm! The Holy Smoke Stout is brewed in the cavernous bunker of the Canadian Wine Capital’s “Old Firehall”, which the townsfolk herald as being haunted by a ghost. Whether the ephemeral haze caught in corner of the eye is an enigmatic soul, or just a sneaky staff member enjoying a puff, the sanctified mystery finds its way into every pint. Dry as the Canadian pocket desert in which it was brewed, the Holy Smoke Stout boasts roasted malt flavours. Five malts meet roasted barley in the mash tun to produce a black, complex brew reminiscent of dark chocolate and coffee, supported by a clean European hop bitterness. The ancient glacial meltwaters that were filtered through different aquifers give us one-of-a-kind brewing water, perfectly suited for beers brewed with roasted grains.
Brewer: Firehall Brewery
Alcohol Content: 4.5%