WE BREWED A BEER WITH SAWDUST CITY!

 

Life has been so hectic at BAOS HQ that we didn't even have time to let you guys know we brewed a beer with Sawdust City!

So back in November, Brewmaster Sam Corbeil reached out to us for a collab brew. Because he knows us so well, he suggested an ~8% hazy IIPA brewed with all Australian hops. We couldn't say "HELL YES!" fast enough.

On January 12th, the BAOS team headed to Gravenhurst to connect with Sam, Head Brewer Caleb and Brewer Jimbo for the brew day, and we had such a great time. Check the vlog below to see how it all went down.

Our creation was the 8.5% Get It In Ya! Double Dry Hopped New New England Australian Double India Pale Ale (DDHNNEADIPA) - try saying that five times fast - brewed with Galaxy, Vic Secret and Ella hops. Fun fact: this beer used the most hops that Sawdust City has ever dropped in a beer and we're extremely proud of that fact. 😊 We also dedicated the beer to Cee's father Bruce Thorn, who passed away in 2016, which made it extra special for us.

Get It In Ya! is now available for purchase direct from the brewery and via Sawdust City's online store. At the time of writing, there's just over 16 cases left from like 3500 cans - so if you're in Ontario, don't wait and get your order in!

We want to send a HUGE thank you to everyone who has already purchased and posted about the beer. We're incredibly humbled and grateful for this opportunity. We never would have imagined that our stupid faces would land on a beer label, especially with a brewery like Sawdust City. ❤️

 

Cee

Aussie Cee and Canuck Scott 'Beer' Cole are just a couple blokes helping you understand and enjoy craft beer, one pour at a time. Together they host BAOS Podcast, a fun podcast and video series aimed at the newcomers to craft beer, interviewing everyone from brewers, brewery owners, DJs, musicians, comedians, entrepreneurs and everyone in between. Based between Toronto and Montreal, they cover beers from around the planet, bringing an educated novice perspective to those newer to beer without all the pretension and beard-stroking. Though they do enjoy stroking their beards from time to time.