Brews Review 17 // Beaus Nordic Kissmeyer Pale Ale


Time for the next installment of Brews Review. For this review it is the turn of a Beau's All Natural beer. It's weird that I have let to publish a review of their beers, I have drunk and been drunk on a lot of them. Beaus is a hugely popular brand in the Ottawa area. They are also the biggest Craft Beer suppliers in the region. Producing a great range of beers all year round as well as having loads of seasonal ones too. On social media they are active, helping out with events and charity work, along with finding time to hold some great parties!

More on these parties in the future, but now to the beer.

Details

Name: Nordic Kissmeyer Pale Ale
Brewery: Beaus All Natural Brewing Co.
Country: Canada (Ontario)
Price: $5.25 600ml bottle
ABV: 5.6%

Commercial Fluff:

"Kissmeyer Nordic Pale Ale is an imaginative interpretation of the Pale Ale style and features a single northern-inspired medley of ingredients. Sweet Gale, Yarrow, Heather Dried Flowers, Rose Hips, and Cranberries understood balanced ict fruit-and-herb bouquet, while a Maple-Syrup addition rounds out the complex character of the beer. The Nordic pale ale features intricate herbal nuance, moderate hop presence, pleasant dryness, and a crisp finish. A one-man gypsy brewing company, Kissmeyer Beer Creates innovative beers with a distinct and unique personal character, brewed to an exemplary degree of technical quality, inspired by and in cooperation Often brewed with world-class brewer friends and colleagues. Nordic Pale Ale is a pioneering style for Kissmeyer, Intended to fuse the best in modern technology brewing with ingredients That Reflect Nordic and Canadian traditions."

Own Opinion
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Sight: Pours a clear golden orange and is topped with a nice crisp white head.
Aroma: Getting a nice fruity punch of peach and mango, combined with some yeasty bread towards the end.
Taste: This is when the mentioned herbs come through on the tastebuds. Also get a nice pleasant hit of pine/resin. 
Would I buy it again? Yes. Overall Kissmeyer is an easy drinking pale ale, due to the light bitter finish. Making for a very pleasant, mid range strength pale ale. I've been lucky enough to have enjoyed it on draught and from the bottle and the quality from both was of highly consistent and outstanding in flavour.

So what Beaus' beers have you tried? Would love to hear your thoughts on this brewery. Drop me a comment below and let me know your thoughts. 

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