John B. Kelly was a steam engine genius, engineer and inventor who built a working automobile in Blyth, Ontario in 1883, four years before Henry Ford. The weird, unpainted contraption was fitted with iron artillery wheels and made such a racket that it frightened horses and was eventually banned from the mud streets.
This New World Hefeweizen combines the best of German wheat beer heritage with brewing innovation. Kelly’s Contraption shows all the elegance and subtlety of a classic Hefeweizen with nuances of new world German hops for added aroma and flavour, without bitterness.
Schnitzel, tacos, brunch, smoked cheese
Hazy, glowing yellow body with white foam
Banana, melon, bubble gum, orange, and a touch of vanilla
Silky and effervescent, low bitterness, and a clean finish
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Floor Malted Pilsner Malt, Wheat Malt, Honey Malt, Torrified Wheat, Raw Wheat