Is Muskoka detour an IPA?

A clean, refreshing, sessionable IPA that’s perfect on its own or with mildly spiced fare.

Where is Muskoka beer made?

Nestled in the heart of Muskoka, Muskoka Brewery handcrafts premium beers as unique and refreshing as the region they’re from.

Is Muskoka beer good?

Cream Ale – Canada: Winner, Muskoka Cream Ale Cream Ale is on a winning streak: it placed Silver in the World Beer Championship and Bronze in The U.S. Open Beer Championship in 2017, and just placed Gold in the 2017 Ontario Brewing Awards.

Is Muskoka Brewery craft beer?

Muskoka Brewery – Premium Craft Beer. Bracebridge, ON.

What kind of beer is detour?


STYLE: India Session Ale Year-round
CALORIES: 37/100mL 3.5
FLAVOUR: Perfectly balanced sweet juiciness with a beautiful bitterness
AROMA: Tropical and stone fruits like peaches, guava and pineapple derived from a variety of hops
FINISH: A crisp and clean finish with slight bitterness lingering on the palate

How old is Muskoka Brewery?

Muskoka Brewery (formerly Muskoka Cottage Brewery) is a microbrewery founded in June 1996 as a part-time operation by Gary McMullen and Kirk Evans. By 2016, it had increased to 130 employees in a facility that is over 70,000 sq ft (6,500 m2) in size.

What is the meaning of Muskoka?

Early European explorers to the region like Samuel De Champlain came to the area next followed by Missionaries. The name Muskoka comes from the name of an Ojibwe or Chippewa tribe chief named Musquakie which means “not easily turned back in the day of battle”.

Why is Muskoka important to Ontario?

Muskoka is an iconic area of Ontario’s cottage country located approximately 200 km north of Toronto. A destination for seasonal residents and tourists who have been drawn by its natural beauty since the late 1800s, the district has equally been home to generations of permanent residents.

What is craft lager beer?

Ales might rule the craft-beer space in America these days, but lagers remain many brewer’s true love. Lagers and pilsners were the beers made using bottom-fermenting yeast by the “big breweries” like Miller, Budweiser, Heineken and Pabst.

Why is it called session IPA?

Workers were allotted two drinking periods or “sessions” of 4 hours each workday. This called for a lighter beer than your everyday stout or porter, allowing workers to drink more beer without getting too pissed, in the English sense.