Flying Monkeys City and Colour Imperial Maple Wheat 750 ml


Sound and Silence. Light and Shadow. Private and Public. Desire and Fulfillment. “This and That” Shape the dual life of art. Juxta pose City and Colour and Flying Monkeys, and behold this sweet and edgy collaboration with Canadian singer-songwriter, Dallas Green.

Brewed with real Ontario maple syrup fair-trade, organic bourbon vanilla pods, wheat, malted barley, yeast, and water. And music.

Like great music, share this beer.

The Flying Monkeys knew a City and Colour collaboration had to have sweet Canadian flare. This Imperial Maple Wheat screamed to be brewed. Out Loud. For Weeks. We had no choice: Invite City and Colour up and brew it. Ethereal yet intense, inspired by City and Colour’s raw honesty.

“Gracefully Cursed / I Thirst” Luscious. Viscous. Voluptuous. Melodic. A brew with its own emotional strength in an often over-looked style. The North American Imperial Wheat Ale is akin to a barley wine, but the wheat lends a silken mouthfeel and lingering finish. At 11.5% ABV, this sweet and big-hearted Imperial Maple Wheat Ale is meant to be shared.

Treble Clef beers have liner notes some things just click, and our jam sessions with City and Colour were like welcoming a long-lost Flying Monkey home to roost. Thanks to dine alone records, and bedlam music management.

Art Collaboration: Bruce Chalmers, On The Water Communications; Andrea, Flying Monkeys’ Word Nerd.

Beer Collaborators: Flying Monkeys’ Brewers Peter, Paul, and Seb. Plus the inspiartion and tattooed hands of Dallas Green. Special thanks to Breedon’s Maple Syrup Farm Alliston, ON, for the blissful sweetness of 3000 tapped trees. Treble Clef Series: Beer 2. 750 ml, 11.5% alc./vol.




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