Thursday, November 15, 2012

Propeller to Bring It's Revolution Russian Imperial Stout to Ontario

Halifax, NS

More great news is heading our way in Ontario!  Suffering from prohibition era liquor laws, importing a beer from another Province in Canada is as difficult as bringing in something from a foreign country.  But thanks to some hard work, the folks at Propeller Brewery in Halifax, NS are sending some of their Revolution Russian Imperial Stout to a LCBO near you.

"This beer was born for greatness. Sent by English brewers via the Baltic Sea to the court of the Czars, Russian Imperial Stout was brewed to very high gravities and allowed to ferment on the long voyage. The result? A dark, strong and bracing brew.

Propeller's version weighs in at a whopping eight percent alcohol content, with a deep, rich, black colour. The taste of alcohol is well masked by the intense hop bitterness, extreme roasted malt and dark fruit notes.

Propeller Brewing Company has brewed and bottled this unfiltered ale each year since 2006, making Propeller the extreme brewing pioneers of Nova Scotia.

Russian Imperial Stout - imbibed by Peter, adored by Catherine and now reclaimed by you, the People. Za Vas!"

Be sure to act on this quickly because stock is sure not to last long!

Keep checking here to see if it is available at a LCBO near you!


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