Beer Review 154 // Aromatherapy by Beyond the Pale Brewing Company



Visiting an old favourite today. As should be common knowledge by now but I work for Beyond the Pale Brewing Company here in Ottawa. So I have a regular supply of brews. I try not to constantly review their beers as it is a conflict of interests, but during the summer I find myself sticking to what I love, hence today's long overdue Aromatherapy review.

Aromatherapy was a beer first released about 4 years ago when I started at BTP. Back then Vermont was killing the beer scenes with Hill Farmsteads and Heady Toppers dominating the trading scene. The brewmaster at BTP wanted a beer that could satisfy his IPA needs. With this in mind, they created Aromatherapy. The pour is a clear golden yellow, capped with a perfectly white head. It looks beautiful in a glass and reminds me of the pre hazy boi days. The aroma is inviting with full-on stone fruit characters and a fresh-cut grass backdrop. The flavour is balanced and bright, giving it a refreshing taste that makes you want more. Really enjoy this beer and always have a couple kicking around in the fridge for when the thirst is upon me.

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