Posts by bisonbrew

The Movement

Posted by on Apr 17, 2015 in Sustainable Living | 0 comments

BISON® ORGANIC BEER: More than a beer, a movement. Founded in 1989, Bison is an artesian company dedicated to brewing balanced, drinkable and 100% organic beers with an interesting twist.  Bison strives to lead by example, educating that one need not sacrifice the pleasures of everyday living to be green.  Bison is committed to reducing its impact on the planet through ecologically responsible choices in sourcing our packaging, production methods, and 100% non-GMO ingredients.  read...

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Kermit the Hop

Posted by on Apr 10, 2015 in Featured | 0 comments

Kermit the Hop

It isn’t always easy being green. Sexy organic hops aren’t easy to come by. This year, we scored hella’ Organic Simcoe® and finally brewed our very first Double IPA. With over 3 lbs of hops per barrel, Kermit The Hop is bright, citrusy and palate-wreckingly bitter. Resinous pine coats the tongue and reluctantly gives way to grapefruit and a grassy bitterness that stays at the back of the tongue for days. Drinking green never tasted this good.

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Gingerbread

Posted by on Apr 10, 2015 in Featured | 0 comments

Gingerbread

Ginger Bread Just like biting the head off of a little drunken gingerbread man, Bison’s ever popular Gingerbread Ale is a delicately spiced holiday porter brewed with ginger, nutmeg and a touch of cinnamon. This medium-bodied ale boasts an intoxicating aroma of fresh baked gingerbread cookies straight from the oven. Well-balanced Clavors of molasses, chewy dark malts and holiday spice dominate the palate, leaving behind a smooth, dry spicy Cinish.

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Saison de Wench

Posted by on Apr 10, 2015 in Featured | 0 comments

Saison de Wench

A rose by any other name, Saison de Wench is a botanically-inspired tribute to our beloved Beer Wench. Using Bison’s gold medal-winning* farmhouse ale recipe as the base, Saison de Wench has a bright Aloral nose with whimsical notes rose petals, sweet hay and fresh pepper. Refreshingly tart from the addition of hibiscus and lemongrass, Saison de Wench Ainishes dry with hints of earthy spice and farmhouse funk.

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Honey Basil Ale

Posted by on Apr 10, 2015 in Featured | 2 comments

Honey Basil Ale

Honey Basil Ale Mediaeval Europeans commonly brewed with honey and gathered herbs, roots, and 9lowers. Bison’s Honey Basil Ale carefully infuses caramel malts with fresh whole leaf basil and clover honey, creating an herbaceous, 9loral and virtually hop-less beer with a soft wisp of honey and just a hint of basil aftertaste.

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