HERALD HAUS BREW CO. BEERS
4.7% | 15 IBU
Our Golden Ale pours gold with a slight haze. A muted fruity ester balancing a discrete malt backbone. Clean, crisp and easy drinking. A staple to the Herald Haus and a welcome option to a range of palates.
Naming note: Herald Haus is housed in a heritage building finished in 1890. H2 represents out historical resurrection.
4.7% | 40 IBU
Brooks Steamer is a robust, medium-bodied oatmeal stout. It pours a deep, rich and opaque with a persistent creamy mocha head. Malt sweetness provides hints of chocolate, espresso and a touch of caramel sweetness finishing with an elegant creamy texture.
21 HAZE EAST COAST IPA
6.5% | 60 IBU
21 Haze is our East Coast, American style IPA focused on late hop additions attaining a gentle bitterness and soft mouthfeel. It showcases an intense stone-fruit aroma with vibrant citrus and tropical flavours - enticing the palate. This hop forward IPA takes 21 days from grain to glass, it is connected to our 21 Market Place location in downtown Stratford... Using 2 generous additions of Citra and Azacca hops along with 1 boil addition of Cascade.
PERTH COUNTY CONSPIRACY APA
5% | 35 IBU
A hop-forward pale ale with reserved but perceivable bitterness. A North American Pale Ale is driven by a deep golden hue and pleasant tropical notes. It attains well-rounded bitterness, a soft stone fruit and assertive mango character.
Naming note: Perth County Conspiracy was a cult-classic rock band based in our very own county in the 1970s.
AT THE ALTAR
5.3% | 0 IBU
Our version of a dry-hopped Berliner Weisse. A German wheat beer featuring a light body and assertive tartness united with a modest dose of fresh raspberries. It pours blushing red with a silky head while boasting a vibrant raspberry, lemon and faint mango character - finishing dry and crisp.
SUMMER MUSIC SAISON 19
5.5% | 35 IBU
Our Saison is a yeast-focused, Belgian-style farmhouse ale. It’s pale, effervescent, and highly aromatic with a slight banana ester along with a white pepper phenolic. On the palette it boasts notes of hop-driven orange and pineapple all while finishing very dry and refreshing.
5.6% | 18 IBU
A malt-forward Dark Lager that showcases our use of local midnight wheat. Its medium body and roasted malts are connected seamlessly through noble hop additions. Earthy and slightly floral bridged with a toasted biscuit malt character. A smooth clean lager finishing crisp and refreshing.
Naming note: Named after our building's founder who was bold and noble just like this lager.
5.5% | 26 IBU
Our Red Ale is a malt-focused, medium-bodied English style Red Ale with a discernible earthy bitterness. It pours bright with elegant tones of mahogany while attaining notes of biscuit, caramel and toffee. It finishes softly, with a desirable malt-supported sweetness.
5.9% | 0 IBU
In the mid 1500s Stratford-Upon-Avon, England was highly renowned for its brewing. This era held high hopes for William Shakespeare's father. John Shakespeare was chosen for a variety of civic duties, include ale-taster in 1557. Eventually his success turned sour, due to debt and legal troubles. Present day Stratford, Ontario we've created a Sour Ale to ally this connection. This double dry hopped sour ale boasts vibrant notes of lemon and grapefruit while finishing dry. Accompanied with a smooth citrus resin, a quart of this ale is fit for a king.