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COPPER BEECH RED ALE
🍻 Bravery in battle
🍻 Nature’s continuity
🍻 Niagara’s fighting spirit
In memory of those who fell on July 25, 1814, the russet leaves and deep roots and Niagara resident’s commitment to freedom, our Copper Beech Red Ale is named to remember the Copper Beech tree planted on the 100th anniversary of The Battle of Lundy’s Lane in 1914.
Rooted in the battlefield of Lundy’s Lane, the Copper Beech tree at Drummond Hill Cemetery was a living memorial to freedom. Our Brewmaster taps into that same reverence to bestow daring to this fearless red ale.
More about the Cooper Beech tree at Drummund Hill: https://www.historicplaces.ca/en/rep-reg/place-lieu.aspx?id=9753
Copper Beech Red Ale
4.7% ABV | 20 IBU
Intricate notes of toffee, biscuit and caramel with a hint of roasted coffee is complemented by a subtle English hop aroma featuring hints of lavender, spices and honey.
Dark amber colour with ruby and garnet highlights and an off-white/tan head.
A sophisticated, malt-forward beer featuring toffee, biscuit and malt sweetness accented by subtly herbal English hops that finishes with a slightly roasted dryness. Complex and memorable yet clean and smooth, Copper Beech Red Ale is a truly unique and satisfying sip.