Dunham Ginnungagap (750ml)

  • Country


  • Region


  • Size


  • Beer Style

    Mixed Fermentation Beer

  • Beer Type

    Ale Learn More

Brasserie Dunham has been making some of Quebec’s best farmhouse, and Belgian style beers for several years now. Tucked away in the sleepy town of Dunham only 10 minutes from the Vermont border, Brasserie Dunham also has a cozy little courtyard patio, organic restaurant, and a couple rooms upstairs to rent for tired travelers. All of their beers have a similar profile that’s clean, bright, and superbly balanced and refined – truly masters of their craft. 

Tasting Notes

A collaboration with Albion brewery in Joliette. A blend of a English-style pale ale with some barrique aged Old Ale. Although the beer showcases a malty character, the Brett dries it nicely. A winter beer, in the spirit of English stock ales. Could certainly age for a couple years to enhance the dry and earthy character. 

A product image for Dunham Ginnungagap


Out of stock


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Dunham Ginnungagap”