Extra Special Monk
Light, pale malt showcases this freshly dry-hopped ale. This ultimate version of ESM displays a robust tropical hop profile, amplified by a crisp, dry finish and surprisingly low bitterness.
This dark ale is deep brown in color, medium-bodied, with a combination of rich chocolate and subtle fruit notes. Dark chocolate blends into raisins, dried cherries, and red currants for a surprisingly dry finish.
To make this beer we jazzed-up our regular NAR by double-dry hopping it with fresh Simcoe. The result is a very unique combination of dank hoppiness with hard-candy undertones. Even with the unabashed aggressive hopping this beer still is balanced with medium bitterness over a solid malt backbone.
We’re in uncharted territory with this beer in two ways: we’ve never put beer in a can, and it’s beyond our typical hop juiciness boundary. Lots of late addition Citra creates punchy orange notes with low bitterness. Love hop aroma and flavour? This is for you.
Do You Even Sa-Bro?
This light golden ale is moderately hoppy with aromas of young coconut and apricot. The juicy, tropical fruit flavours from Sabro hops are complemented by a touch of grassiness and a crisp dry finish.
This hoppy dark ale is deep brown in color, with voluminous tan foam. The unique aroma is a combination of dank hops with roasty malt notes. The flavour is earthy, roasty, and piney, and finishes with medium-high bitterness. This is the boldest 3.6% beer you’ll find anywhere. Chase 2020 is a re-imagining of Don’tcha Hate Chase for the new decade, thanks to a jolt of Chinook and Eukanot hops for extra flava.
Transcend Coffee Lager
Using our Dunkel Schmilk lager we teamed up with the folks from Transcend Coffee and "hopped" this beer using 5kg of Santa Lucia Red Honey coffee beans via our hop gun. The result adds a delightful layer of coffee and dark fruit to this smooth, roasty beer.
Hazy copper in colour, Ghosting has a unique new world and old world hop combination, with floral Strisslespalt punctuated with orange peel from Citra. This beer has a moderately malty character from the combination of malts which includes the ever so delicious Red Shed biscuit malt with some light earthiness and a dry finish.
Measure of Patience
This beer was fermented using a house-blend of microorganisms in French oak barrels for one year. This batch has a medium-light acidity that showcases a balanced and bright stone fruit character. Measure of Patience reflects our effort and focus during the 5 year journey to release our first beer from The Monolith brewery. We hope you like it.
This strong, malty ale is lightly hazy with rich, amber hues. On the nose it has bold caramel aromas and a hint of dried fruit. It has very low bitterness and little hop character, and instead displays rich caramel malt, dried fruit, and hint of smoke through its clean, dry finish. Goldhofer is the big brother to Calmont, and is named after the self-propelled wheeled platforms that move giant objects and implements.
This Norwegian Farmhouse style beer was brewed at Dandy Brewing Company as a collaboration to honour the legendary explorer Roald Amundsen and his successful expedition to the South Pole. Together, we used a bill of meticulously chosen malts and hops to fully explore the bold and fruity Kveik yeast strain.
This light, hoppy ale is a pale straw colour with a very light haze. The hops give a prominent gooseberry aroma, light-medium bitterness, and a pithy lemon finish. This beer is dry and clean, with bright carbonation. Brewed here at Blind Enthusiasm in collaboration with our friends from the Dandy Brewing Company, this beer showcases all-English ingredients including a new hop variety called Jester.