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Propeller Tundra

India Pale Ale (IPA)

Halifax, NS (Canada)

Alc.: 6.1%

Volume: 473mL

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A slightly flat, sugary aroma similar to vanilla and caramel completely dominates the aroma of this beer.


Very reminiscent of a cream ale, the flavour is level and smooth, slightly sweet and tasting of caramel and vanilla. The experimental hops are tough to pull out in the flavour, the traditional character gives way to a slightly floral and mineral taste that’s more obvious after the swallow. A pleasant beer and easy drinking, but not what you might expect.


Head for something that’s leaning toward spices in the pepper territory for a proper balance of flavours.


Pours a pale gold colour with a clear body and low carbonation. No real head forms after the pour.

Color (Standard Reference Method)
Cold IPA
Bitterness (International Bitterness Units)
IBU 80
HBC 1019
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It takes a keen mind and the soul of a poet to look at a career requiring dedication, long-hours of learning and practical experience - and a union card to boot - and to cast it all on a roll of the craft beer dice. A man named John Allen was successful in the film industry, but his heart wasn’t in it. In 1997, John finally decided to heed the call and open up Propeller Brewing Company. Success was hard won and John opened up a second brewing location in 2013, followed by the addition of his son Mike to the business two years later. In the 20 years that PBC has been satisfying the beer drinkers of the East they’ve managed to put out over 150 variations of craft beer. Tundra is a “Cold” IPA - a beer fermented at lower temperature to give it a clean, crisp body and showcase the hops used. Built on the experimental HBC 1019 hops, the Tundra is a unique tasting experience. Serves well at 8°C and should be enjoyed right away.

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