September 23, 2009
Railway City Dead Elephant Ale
Railway City Brewing in St. Thomas have just released their first seasonal beer, Dead Elephant Ale.
Named in honour of Jumbo, the world famous elephant that was killed on September 15, 1885 by a freight train, the beer is described by the brewery as follows:
A full bodied golden Pale Ale which presents with a linen white medium density head. On the palate there are slight grassy notes which fall away to reveal a hint of biscuit with rather pleasant grapefruit and perfume undertones. To the nose there is a mild malt aroma which accentuates the robust floral bouquet which is derived from the hops. IBUs 46.6 ABV 7.1%
Dead Elephant Ale is available in 1.9 litre growlers at the brewery, and will also be available on tap at Bar Volo and Cíest What in Toronto, and the Winking Judge in Hamilton.Posted by Bar Towel News Editor at September 23, 2009 12:11 AM