Join Brasserie Dieu Du Ciel! (Saint-Jérôme/Montreal, Québec) on Wednesday, June 26th at Bar Hop (391 King St W, Toronto) starting at 5pm with co-founder and president Stephane Ostiguy for a tasting of 11 Dieu Du Ciel! rare beers on draught. We will be celebrating the release of Dieu Du Ciel!’s first general listing coming to the LCBO in early July: Dernière Volonté (Belgian IPA). Here is what will be available on tap:
- Dernière Volonté Pinot Noir (Pinot Noir Barrel Aged Belgian IPA)
- Solstice d’hiver Bourbon (Boubon Barrel Aged Barley Wine)
- Péché Mortel Bourbon (Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial Stout)
- Grande Noirceur (Imperial Stout)
- Solstice D’été Aux Framboises (Sour Wheat Beer With Raspberries)
- Libre Échange (Foreign extra stout)
- Charbonnière (Smoked Ale)
- Mosaika (American Pale Ale With Mosaic hops)
- Baraque (American Pale Ale)
- Chemin De Croix (Old Style Porter)
- Rigor Mortis Blonde (Belgian Blonde)
Coming To The LCBO In July…
Dernière Volonté (Last will)
Blond Abbey-style beer “Bottle conditioned” - 7% alc./vol.
4 x 341 ml ($12.25) / LCBO# 331413
Dernière volonté (French for “Last Will”) is a mix of Belgian and English brewing traditions. Complex flavours of hop flowers and spicy, fruity esters from our belgian yeast are perfectly balanced with the robust flavours and aromas of malt. The finish is commandeered by an assertive aroma from dry-hopping.
Rosée d’Hibiscus Belgian Style Wit Brewed With Hibiscus Flower, 5.9%
4 x 341mL ( $11.75 ) LCBO Item# 288522
Rosée d’Hibiscus is a soft spoken wheat beer. The rose colour comes from the hibiscus flowers added during the brewing process. The aromas and flavour of this tropical flower are very prominent in the beer, giving it a slight acidity and dry finish. It is the perfect thirst quencher on a hot summer day. Available until supplies last
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We are honoured to announce that Keep6 Imports was rewarded with Agent / Supplier / Importer of the Year (Class C) at the 19th Annual LCBO Elsie Awards yesterday. The LCBO Elsie awards honour suppliers / agents / importers for innovation, creativity and commitment to customer service and social responsibility.
Keep6 Imports would like to thank all of the suppliers in our portfolio, licensee’s, private customers and all levels of LCBO we work with. We are grateful to be the recipient of this award and look forward to many more years of great beer and cider available in the province of Ontario.
Keep6 Imports is proud to announce that we are now representing the award winning Spirit Tree Cidery in Toronto!
Nestled amongst the rolling Caledon hills, Spirit Tree is a cidery, bakery, kitchen, and farm store. Spirit Tree prides ourselves on offering the best local products and produce, and on creating superb cider, bread, and pastries for your gastronomic pleasure.
A small, community-focused facility on Boston Mills Road, our environmentally-friendly property was a lifelong dream, designed and bullt with sustainability and practicality in mind. Spirit Tree is surrounded by their apple orchards, warmed by the fire in our wood-burning oven, and excited by the possibilities that award-winning-cider, decadent baked goods and hand-crafted, artisinal fine food products will bring to our local friends and foodies alike.
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“The Devil is Coming”
Sunday, May 26th, 2013 (2:00pm - 11:00pm)
16 Unique Beers On Draught From Le Trou Du Diable
@WVRST Beer Hall (609 King St. West)
Join Micro-Brasserie Le Trou Du Diable
(Shawinigan, Quebec) on Sunday, May 26th, 2013 from 2:00pm-11:00pm
with co-owner Isaac Tremblay and co-owner / brew master André Trudel at WVRST Beer Hall
(Toronto, Ontario) for “The Devil Is Coming”. We will be celebrating the arrival of Le Trou Du Diable Shawinigan Handshake (Hopfenweisse) to the LCBO summer beer release in early June. Here is what will be served on tap:
- Le Trou Du Diable Amer Indienne (Belgian IPA)
- Le Trou Du Diable Cholie Fraulein (German Dunkel)
- Le Trou Du Diable Chose (India Wee-Heavy)
- Le Trou Du Diable Claymore (Scotch Ale)
- Le Trou Du Diable L’Epoque Opaque (Black IPA)
- Le Trou Du Diable Mactavish (American PAle Ales)
- Le Trou Du Diable Morsure (American IPA)
- Le Trou Du Diable Ninja Pale Ale (Cascadian Dark Lager)
- Le Trou Du Diable Angelus (Belgian Pale Ale)
- Le Trou Du Diable Porter (British Porter)
- Le Trou Du Diable Ruby Red (Irish Red Ale)
- Le Trou Du Diable Saison D’Tracteur (Belgian Saison)
- Le Trou Du Diable Sang d’Encre (Irish Dry Stout)
- Le Trou Du Diable Shawinigan Handshake (Hopfenweisse)
- Le Trou Du Diable SMASH Citra (IPA Single Malt / Single Hop)
- Le Trou Du Diable Désinvolte (Amber Ale) Cask-Conditioned
- Le Trou Du Diable Dubaï Pillée (Double IPA) Cask-Conditioned
- Le Trou Du Diable Sang D’Encre (Irish Dry Stout) Cask-Conditioned
“Barrel Aged Tasting”
Saturday, May 25th, 2013 (6:00pm - 9:00pm)
6 Unique Barrel Aged Beers In Bottles From Le Trou Du Diable
@barVolo (587 Yonge St.)
Join Micro-Brasserie Le Trou Du Diable
(Shawinigan, Quebec) on Saturday, May 25h, 2013 from 6:00pm-9:00pm
with co-owner Isaac Tremblay and co-owner / brew master André Trudel at barVolo
(Toronto, Ontario) for a very special barrel aged bottle tasting. The following beers will be served by the bottle and sample:
- Le Trou Du Diable Dulcis Succubus (Barrel Aged Imperial Sour Saison)
- Le Trou Du Diable Buteuse Brassin Special (Barrel Aged Belgian Tripel)
- Le Trou Du Diable Bretteuse (Barrel Aged Farmhouse IPA)
- Le Trou Du Diable X DDC! Archeo Porter (Barrel Aged Sour Porter)
- Le Trou Du Diable Nez de Poivrot (Barrel Aged Barley Wine)
- Le Trou Du Diable Imperatrice 2009 (Barrel Aged Imperial Stout)
Join us on Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013 at 8pm with owner Isaac Tremblay of Micro-brasserie Le Trou Du Diable at Bar Isabel (797 College St.). We will be celebrating the opening of their new production facility in Shawinigan, Quebec and serving the following brands with snacks by Bar Isabel:
Le Trou Du Diable La P’tite Buteuse (Belgian Table Beer)
Le Trou Du Diable La Buteuse Tripel (Belgian Tripel)
Le Trou Du Diable La Buteuse Brassin Special (Barrel Aged)
Le Trou Du Diable L’Imperatrice (Bourbon Barrel Aged Imp.Stout)
Le Trou Du Diable Le Sang D’encre (Epic Stout)
Le Trou Du Diable Mactavish (American Pale Ale)
Le Trou Du Diable Amere Indienne (Belgian IPA)
Le Trou Du Diable Dulcis Succubus (Imperial Sour Saison)
Le Trou Du Diable X Dieu Du Ciel! Archeoporter (Barrel Aged Sour Porter)
Le Trou Du Diable La Buteuse (Belgian Style Triple) 10%
LCBO Item# 320283 - $4.45 / 500 mL / Click here For Inventory
Now available at the LCBO for a limited time only! Le Trou Du Diable (Shawinigan, Quebec) Belgian-inspired triple with the aroma of exotic fruits and spices. It has a taste of spices, yeast and noble hops, all supported by the comforting warmth of alcohol. This beer was recently featured in the Food & Drink section of the Toronto Star,check out the article here.
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About the beers available: http://glutenberg.ca/gluten-free-beers
Founded by Julien Niquet and David Cayer, two friends of long standing passion for entrepreneurship and beer, BSG is the first Canadian microbrewery to specialize in the production of gluten-free beer. The idea to market gluten-free beers walked for many years into the head of Julien Niquet, himself intolerant to gluten. It was not until January 2010, after several months of research, that this idea took shape and became BSG.
Established along the Lachine Canal in Montreal, BSG creates and commercializes premium gluten-free beers that have absolutely nothing to envy the great conventional beer made from barley.
At BSG, we believe that everyone deserve a good beer. For this reason we have made every effort, through the expertise of our brewer Gabriel Charbonneau, to provide people with gluten intolerance and celiac disease beers that will match their expectations!
Howe Sound Lager Now Available For Consignment!
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The Howe Sound lager is a version of the Dortmunder style. It is a pale golden lager, that is balanced between sweet malt and dry hop flavours. The lager has a clean, dry finish with some mild fruitiness delivered by the US version of German Hallertau hops and traditional Polish Lublin.
What is a Dortmunder Lager Style you say? In the mid-19th century, breweries in Dortmund, Germany began brewing a common style of lager that was slightly stronger in alcohol, and that sought a balance between classic German noble hops and the sweetness of pale malts. Where the classic pilsner offered a more pronounced hop aroma and character, the Dortmunder lager offered a firm and even dryness with a slightly alcoholic warmth. The export version of the Dortmunder lager was noticeably higher in alcohol content.
At 5.5% alc./vol. it is stronger than many lagers in the North American market. Compared to mainstream lagers, it is a more full-bodied and less gaseous edition of the lager style.