Indie Alehouse Releases Crack a Window IPA, King Richard’s English Bitter & High Horse Imperial Stout

TORONTO, ON – Indie Alehouse has announced the release of a trio of beers that are all quite distinct from each other.

Crack a Window Experiential Hop IPA (7% abv):

Continuing our on going collaboration with Sawdust City Brewing, we partnered with Hopsteiner Hops and their research and development team to test some of their rare hops from their breeding program. This year we are experimenting with hops X17752 and X567_142_005. Strong fruity notes all around with dominate aromas of papaya and mango.

King Richard’s English Bitter (3.9% abv):

A classic English Bitter, with a balanced light malt body, notes of chocolate, and a hint of toffee sweetness. Subtle hop notes and earthy tones round out this traditional Ale. Let’s go fight the French!

High Horse Wine Barrel-Aged Imperial Stout (9.7% abv):

To round out the end of stout season, we’re releasing a robust Imperial Stout matured for 10 months in red wine barrels from the Napa Valley. Roasty and dark chocolate malts meet subtle tannic grape and oak character of the barrel, giving big, soft and rich flavours.

All three beers are available now at the Indie Alehouse taproom, retail store and online shop.

Source & Photos: Indie Alehouse

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