Categories: Bar/Restaurant NewsPublished On: August 17, 2006


Bar Towel News Editor


In their latest newsletter, beerbistro annouces that they’ve got some new and returning beers now available:

In our never-ending quest to bring in rare quality beers to the restaurant, we are proud to announce these newest additions. Direct from one of America’s most highly regarded craft brewers — Southern California’s Sierra Nevada — comes three beers that are virtually impossible to find in this province: Sierra’s Porter is a smooth and roasty medium-bodied black beer. Their Stout is a creamy and intensely-flavoured interpretation of the dry Irish original, and the 7-time GABF gold medal award-winning Pale Ale is perhaps one of the finest of the style brewed anywhere in the world.
Additionally, we are pleased to bring back four of Unibroue’s harder to find beers: Don de Dieu has been described as a ‘Belgian white beer on steroids’, Eau Bénite is an award-winning tribute to the ‘tripel’ style pioneered by Belgium’s Trappist monks, and Fringante is a 10% alcohol, spicy powerhouse that is becoming more and more difficult to find outside of Québec. Finally, Quelque Chose is a spiced cherry ale that we mix into the most refreshing sangria you’ve ever tasted.