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Gahan Sydney Street


Charlottetown, PEI (Canada)

Alc.: 5.2%

Volume: 473mL

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Strong, bitter roasted coffee beans, syrupy caramel and candy floss, earthy loam that smells a touch wet, and dried figs.


This beer is full-bodied and the flavour fills the palate. Deeply roasted and slightly bitter coffee beans are foremost on the taste, but they edge out of the way and let some of the sweeter caramel and sugary flavours through. As those ebb away, you’ll taste more of the hops in the form of floral character and some of the spices are easier to notice. Finishes up a touch dry.


Ever braised short ribs? This is the time to learn and the beer to pair it with, serve over mashed potatoes and feast.


Pours black as ink with a totally opaque body and low carbonation. A thin ring of brownish bubbles rests in the glass.

Color (Standard Reference Method)
SRM 30
Oatmeal Stout
Bitterness (International Bitterness Units)
IBU 15
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The Gahan line is a series of handcrafted ales brewed and distributed by the handy crew at PEI Brewing Company. Started in 2013, PEI Brewing is dedicated to reflecting the deep character of the Island. PEI is a unique environment and craft brewing scene, often gearing their work toward a collective improvement of the brewing and living situation across PEI as a whole. The Brewing Company slips disc golf championships, fundraising for Cystic Fibrosis, Christmas Galas for the underprivileged, and a few bowling tournaments in between the rounds of malts, hops, and bottling. The idea behind PEI Brewing is to have a company that makes beer with their island, not just to sell to them. And normally it can be pretty tough to taste these great selections unless you’ve crossed water for them. The Sydney Street is a stout with an oatmeal base. Dark malt gives it a strong, roasted flavour with caramel and spicy hops. Serves well at 8°C and can cellar for up to six months.

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