Unicorn Tears 3

Unicorn Tears 3

by Connor Creighton June 24, 2020

This time, we’re taking the idea of a wheat beer and colliding it at high speed with the delicious, aromatic, Strata hops. Strata has quickly become a KJ favourite for its explosive notes of mango, passion fruit, and strawberry. The resulting beer has the classic fruity, banana like notes of a wheat beer with the Michael Bay esque boom boom flavour of a super hopped beer. Like wheat beers, the bitterness is low – but the hops add a distinct dimension to it.
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Unicorn Tears 2

Unicorn Tears 2

by Connor Creighton June 26, 2019

Sequels are all the rage these days. Why not with a beer? Introducing Unicorn Tears 2 - the bigger, badder, citrus-ier version of the original. This one is packed with tangerine peels to give the beer an intense sweet citrus punch. It's also summer weather friendly! It can be fermented within a huge range of temperatures. 

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Jorts in July

Jorts in July

by Connor Creighton July 01, 2018

Who doesn’t love a good crisp pair of jorts on a hot summer day? Nothing says summer like your favourite pair of Levi’s cut in-half. Speaking of summer, how about a good crisp pint of beer? For July we bring you a sessionable, fruit forward wheat beer. It’s filled to the brim with aromatic, citrusy hops yet it doesn’t have any of the bitterness of an IPA. We’ve also added orange and grapefruit peels in primary fermentation to enhance the fruitiness.  
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Unicorn Tears

Unicorn Tears

by Connor Creighton June 01, 2017

Unicorn Tears is our outlandishly named wheat beer that we feel is perfect for summer. It is crisp, with lots of banana and tropical fruit flavours. It is fermented pretty dry, but has that classic wheat beer sweetness to it. The aroma from racking it to secondary was so pleasant that we decided that it smelled like Unicorn Tears. When we initially started brewing we felt that wheat beers would be really difficult to make, nothing could be farther from the truth. We have made a few batches of this and it is one of the easiest brews to make.
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