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ChurchKey Hosts Quebecois Rare Draft Beer Night Tonight

Join ChurchKey tonight as they host Loup Rouge, a tiny microbrewery in Sorel-Tracy, a small Quebecois city located just north of Montreal. ChurchKey will pour no fewer than eight different ales from Loup Rouge. Jan-Phillipe Barbeau is the mastermind behind this enterprise. Some of the beers that will be poured are the only kegs of some of these beers. This is the only time to taste both the Fand’Chienne and the Phare de l’Ile India Pale Ales.
ChurchKey will begin pouring these hand-crafted beers at 6pm, and all of these Loup Rouge beers will be priced individually in 4 oz. and full-glass pours.
The Loup Rouge Draft List:

Fand’Chienne (Exclusive to this Event)
India Pale Ale fermented with a Belgian Trappist Yeast and hopped 100% with Cascade hops. 6% abv, 54 IBU.

Phare de l’Ile (Exclusive to this Event)
India Pale Ale fermented with a Belgian Trappist Yeast and hopped 100% with Nelson Sauvin hops. 5.5% abv, 67 IBU.

L’ile de Grace
India Pale Ale hopped with a blend of European & American Hops. 5.5% abv, 120 IBU.

Flambee ’64 (brewed in collaboration w/ Le Trou Du Diable)
Inspired by German Rauchbier but brewed with ash wood-smoked malt.

Jos Les-Boeufs
Belgian-inspired Strong Ale of 8% abv.

Chapeau Noir
English-inspired Sweet Stout, brewed with oats and milk sugar (lactose). Similar to Saint-Bock Malediction, but spicier in the finish. 6.5%

Maisouna
English-inspired Oatmeal Stout. 6%

Antidote
Loup Rouge’s homage to the great American Pale Ale. Draws comparison to Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, but is more intensely flavored.

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