Light and dark: Beau’s Mix Pack is per­fect for any oc­ca­sion

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A trip to Beau’s All Nat­u­ral Brew­ery in Van­kleek Hill has be­come a hol­i­day tra­di­tion, even for the few peo­ple who don’t like beer.

Mer­chan­dise, ap­parel and oo­dles of gift ideas are on tap at the world fa­mous brew­ery, which con­tin­ues to pro­duce award-win­ning brews.

You can­not go wrong with The Best of Beau’s Mix Pack, which in­cludes four dis­tinct beers, “a thought­fully cu­rated se­lec­tion of both brand-new and fan favourites.”

“This spe­cial col­lec­tion brings our best to your ta­ble or gath­er­ing this hol­i­day sea­son, while you share with friends and fam­ily.”

The quar­tet in­cludes Quads & Rock­ers, an ex­tra-strong Bel­gian-in­spired ale that is dark and full-bod­ied. Ex­pect rich, malty and bold flavours, with no­tice­able al­co­hol warmth. Quads & Rock­ers is tai­lor-made for beer drinkers with an eye for style and a taste for tra­di­tion.

Col­labr­rrew­naut, an espresso pil­sner, is a classic Bo­hemi­anstyle pil­sner blended with or­ganic fair trade coffee from Hon­duras, spe­cially se­lected for this col­lab­o­ra­tion with Ot­tawa’s Bridge­head Roast­ery. This beer was lagered for three weeks, then cold-in­fused with the coffee to cre­ate an un­likely but har­mo­nious jux­ta­po­si­tion of light and dark.

Bush Fire, as its name sug­gests, is a flame-coloured ale in­fused with teas made from two plants na­tive to South Africa, rooi­bos and hon­ey­bush. Spicy, earthy, and with a gen­tle touch of sweet­ness, this aro­matic cre­ation brings to­gether two of the world’s most pop­u­lar brews – tea and beer!

Dark Helmüt is an ex­trastrong ver­sion of a Ger­man black lager. It dis­plays a mel­low roasted char­ac­ter that is jux­ta­posed with the en­joy­able lager crisp­ness.

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