Three Bears Breakfast Stout – Trading Post Brewing


From Trading Post Brewing in Langley comes their “Three Bears Breakfast Stout”.  The beer pours an opaque black with a brown head.  The aroma consists of ash, roasted malts, burnt coffee, chocolate, and oatmeal.  The flavour is of oatmeal, ash, roasted malts, earth, chocolate, burnt coffee and bitterness.  The alcohol content comes in at 6.7% with an IBU of 40.  This is definitely breakfast in a bottle.  I would recommend maybe keeping the breakfast beer to camping in the summer though.

Commercial Description:  On a canoe trip down the Fraser, HBC chief factor Gavin Hamilton decided to go to shore to shoot some ducks. Armed with a double barreled fowling piece, he came face to face with three bears. He took the first two out with a single shot and reloaded just in time to take out the third which knocked him to the ground as it fell.  Brewed with dark roasted malt, Centennial hops and Republica Roasters coffee, this jet black oatmeal stout features notes of chocolate and espresso. Big, bold and surprisingly smooth, this “eye-opener” has a creamy tan head and is the great for breakfast or any time of day.

Three Bears Breakfast Stout – Trading Post Brewing


From the new brewery in Langley Trading Post Brewing comes their “Three Bears Breakfast Stout” an oatmeal stout. The beer pours an opaque black with a brown head. The aroma consists of oatmeal, roasted malts, coffee and earth. The flavour is of oatmeal, roasted malts, bitter coffee and hops bitterness. The alcohol content comes in at 6.7% with an IBU of 40. I could see drinking many a pint of this in the morning….  I mean the evening.

Commercial Description:  Brewed using dark roasted malt and cold extracted coffee from Republica Roasters, this jet black oatmeal stout features notes of chocolate and espresso. Big, bold and surprisingly smooth, this “eye-opener” has a creamy tan head and is the perfect beer any time of day.

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