2012 Live Review This is a 4.8% ABV Belgian Style Wheat Beer, a 2010 winner of Garrison’s Ultimate Brew-Off Competition and a 2011 Bronze medal winner at the Canadian Brewing Awards.
One of my favorite brews from Garrison, Ol Fog Burner. Expect a deep rick caramel color with a bit of IPA bitterness. This is a complex brew and at 11.5%, you have to take your time appreciating this one. They release two versions of this beer: regular and barrel aged.
As of January 28 2013, this beer is SOLD OUT!! So lets see what you missed out. By far, this is our favorite beer seasonal beer from Garrison. We wished this was brewed year-round. Basically this is a nice mix of hop yard ale & martello stout, just to give you an idea what to […]
It’s been almost a year since we reviewed the 2011 version of Garrison Brewing’s Winter Warmer.
The second 15th anniversary brew from Garrison is here! Back in the spring, we were treated to the Ginger & Mango anniversary brew which was fantastic. I had heard that a 2nd version would be coming out in the winter and only thing I knew that it was going to be dark.
We try the year round Hop Yard Ale, which is dry hopped as compared to their seasonal 3 Fields Harvest. The big difference between the two is how this one is what I would consider a very hoppy, almost a hop bomb. However, if you are a fan of IPA, this might appeal to you. […]
We try the latest edition of Garrison Brewing 3 Fields Harvest, Wet-Hopped strong ale at 6.4%. Freshly picked hops from Nova Scotia farms and added to the kettle within 24 hours. Hops from Meander River Farm, Wysmykal Farm, Ross Farm Museum, Fiddlehop Farms
We give this a quick taste. If you live in Canada, this tastes like maple cookies.
Garrison Brewing celebrated their 15th anniversary with 15 types of hops, mango & ginger for a 9% strong ale. Goldings, palisade, millenium, columbus, galaxy, tettnang, bullion, crystal, cascade, amarillo, strisselspalt, berle, citra, Mt Hood & Brewers Gold.