Tatamagouche – Arvo Helles Lager (355ml)

  • Beer Type

    Lager Learn More

  • Beer Category

    Gold Beer

  • Beer Style

    Helles LagerHelles is German for light: light in flavour, hop character and the foundation for a lot of the industrial pale lagers that you see all over the world. Learn More

  • Country

    Canada

  • Region

    Nova Scotia

  • Sub-Region

    Tatamagouche

  • Size

    355ml

  • ABV

    4.6%

  • Tasting Notes

    BalancedCrispLight

The Tatamagouche Brewing Company (commonly referred to as “Tata”) is a family owned and operated craft brewery located in the heart of Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia. In 2014, the family converted an old butcher shop into a brewery, and have since added several additions to the sides and back of the building to help accommodate their growth. In 2023 the brewery launched Nomad, a line of alcohol-free beer. Tata Brew have won awards provincially as well as nationally while they continue to grow their team and brand.

Tasting Notes

Arvo is a refreshing Helles style lager, perfect as an afternoon beer (or evening – whatever floats your boat). Showing off clean balance, Arvo showcases delicate German Pilsner malt, with just enough hops to balance sweetness and add some subtle layers of florals and spice. Warm bready & honey flavours with light and earth florals. Now in a more sessionable 355mL sized can!

Method

SILVER MEDAL WINNER AT THE 2024 CANADIAN BREWING AWARDS!

Brewers in Munich wanted to take the hugely popular Pilsner style and tweak it slightly to palates that wanted less bitterness. A light lager was born, still using noble German hops but just less of them. Helles is German for light. It is light in flavour and hop character and it is the foundation for a lot of the industrial pale lagers that you see all over the world.

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