Beaus Mutineer Imperial Pilsner

Brewed by Beaus Brewing Co.
Vankleek Hill, Canada
8% Imperial Pils/Strong Pale Lager | 29 Ratings | 77 IBU |
A hoard of hop bounty awaits your senses. Powerful herbal, grassy aromas will attack your olfactory faculties while hop bitterness will overtake your palate. This all-out, hyperbolic take on German pilsner is our second Pro-Am collaboration with back-to-back CABA champion Brad Clifford!

History & Style
Beau’s Pro-Am Series is a salute to homebrewers, true innovators of our craft. Beers designed by amateur brewers, brewed at Beau’s. CABA CABA HEY is our annual Pro-Am collaboration with the Canadian Amateur Brewing Association (CABA). Mutineer was designed by this year’s Great Canadian Homebrew Competition winner, Brad Clifford!

Tasting Notes
This very big beer features bold hop flavours. Bitterness and aroma are structured around a clean German malt profile, and are complemented by a well-integrated warming booziness.

Food Pairings
Szechuan Cuisine, Manchego Cheese, Injera & Wat.

Technical Specs
ALC./VOL.: 8.0%
INGREDIENTS: Local Spring Water, Organic Barley Malts, Organic Hops, Brewer’s Yeast.. MALTS: Organic Pilsner, Organic Carafoam HOPS: Organic Perle, Organic Saphir, Organic Smaragd, Organic Opal
YEAST: German Lager Yeast
IBU’S: 77
OG: 17.8°P
FG: 2.7°P
IDEAL SERVING TEMPERATURE: 3-5° C

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