Tag Archives: beer aging

February 22

Séries Impériale Does it Again – A Fantastic Barrel Aged Barleywine from Marché du Village

An Article by Noah Forrest The folks at Marché du Village are at it again! This independent, super store of sorts – located right off the highway when driving through the Eastern Townships – just released their second installment in a series of big barrel aged beers called Séries Impérial. Last year they created “Scotch […]

December 10

Scotch Ale Impériale – Marché du Village is up to Something Interesting

Something interesting is going on in the Eastern Townships of Montreal, and it’s beer related.  This area is already home to some great breweries like Brasserie Dunham, Boquébière, and Farnham Ale & Lager, but if you are driving on the 10 east and get off of exit 55, you’ll find something else that’s pretty special. […]

June 30

Dieu du Ciel’s Herbe a Detourne – A Comparison; How Do Citra Hops Taste After a Year?

So I’m getting more and more excited these days about how beer changes and develops over time in the bottle.  Because I’m relatively new to the world of being a beer geek, it’s only now that I can really start doing proper age comparisons. One, because I have a cellar, and two because I’ve learned […]