What better time to think of the plight of the university student and their perpetual lack of funds than September. This is the month Guelph’s population swells with students, and so we have a beer specially designed for the student budget, but everyone’s taste-buds. Our goal was to design the cheapest beer to make that still tastes good. This is “The Student” a CPA for September. BUT, because we love students so much we will be extending this promotion on this beer INDEFINITELY!!!
This beer is amber in colour, it has a nice full bodied malty flavour with light hop bitterness to back it up. It will be easy drinking and respectable. We hope you enjoy it!
Sometimes you just want a beer. That’s it, a beer, it’s gotta be simple, easy drinking and it doesn’t need to have any sort of fun story behind it. It’s a beer. It’s not too malty, too hoppy, too sour, too boozy, too pretentious. It is just a beer, a damn good one at that.
This is a simple, easy to make pale ale recipe that can fit any day that ends with a y. Keep on reading to learn how to make this brew.
We’re pleased to announce our first guest Beer of the Month! This wonderful recipe comes from the gentlemen at Farmhandbrewing (their Insta is @farmhandbrewing). Ben and Connor have been shopping at KJ for a while now and have become very dedicated brewers. We’re very pleased to be able to offer one of their recipes!
Pinecone Punch is a hop forward, slightly malty IPA. It has big notes of pine, and citrus balanced with the smoothness from the crystal malt addition. It is big, boozy, and hoppy, but deceptively smooth and easy drinking too. We enjoyed the hell out of it when we tried it, and we know all of the hop heads who shop with us will too!