Ides 42: Rademüller’s Return
Back in October 2016, one of our earliest Ides releases was an English strong ale we named Rademüller’s Refusal, as a nod to the legend of J.P. Rademüller, the lighthouse keeper at Gibraltor Point who mysteriously “disappeared” one night in 1815, after declining to serve beer to a group of drunken soldiers.
In 2018, our friends at Muddy York brewed a delicious märzen that they named after the very same (albeit differently spelled) Radelmüller’s Ghost.
Fast forward to October 2019, and we’ve doubled down on Toronto’s original ghost story by collaborating with Muddy York to brew this thirst-quenching Festbier, the most commonly served Oktoberfest style in Germany. Festbier is a malt-forward lager with a light hop character, a lighter & more refreshing successor to Marzen,
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