Lagabiere – Bierista Imperial Pumpkin Pastry Stout (473ml)

  • Beer Type

    Ale Learn More

  • Beer Category

    Dark Beer

  • Beer Style

    Pastry Stout w/Pumpkin Spice

  • Country

    Canada

  • Region

    Quebec

  • Sub-Region

    Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu

  • Size

    473ml

  • ABV

    10.2%

  • Tasting Notes

    ChocolateSmoothSweet Spice

Since their very first brews in the family garage, the Laganière brothers have always had the intention to bring their products, of which they are proud, to as many people as possible. This is why in November 2012, the small Lagabière Brewpub was born. Located in the heart of Old Saint-Jean, in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Lagabière quickly became a must in the region for craft beer enthusiasts.

In 2016, the brothers had the idea of opening a second brewery, this time in the industrial sector. The idea was to produce bottled beer for distribution on the Quebec market. The success of Lagabière products, now offered in cans, made the brewery grow in record time and it continues to expand to this day. Bishop’s Cellar is very excited to welcome them to Nova Scotia!

Tasting Notes

Pouring jet black and chock-full of dark chocolate notes that are complimented with espresso, vanilla, nutmeg, ginger, cinnamon, and subtle pumpkin flavours that carry into a deeply rich and full bodied palate. If you’ve ever had a pumpkin spice latte and thought, this needs to be dialed up to 10 – this is your drink. Even if you don’t like PSL’s – you should still drink this, it’s ridiculous.

 

Method

A rich, bold Imperial Stout brewed with the addition of flaked oats, and lactose sugars that after fermentation leave behind an ultra creamy texture. Fresh coffee, vanilla, and pumpkin spices are also added after fermentation to finish the flavour.

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$8.50

*All prices include applicable taxes and bottle deposit.

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