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Clocktower Brew Pub Elgin

200 Elgin St, Ottawa, ON K2P 1L5, Canada
(613) 724-4561
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  • Kolsch

    Style: Kölsch

    ABV: 4.4    IBU: 25

    Kölsch is our flagship brand and our lightest offering. Patterned off of German Kölsch that was originally produced in the city of Köln, Germany. Traditionally, this beer was brewed using a portion of the grain as wheat instead of barley. The aroma is that of cereal grains with a light floral note at the end. Upon drinking, the flavours subtly take over the mouth leaving very little bitterness. There is a noticeably sweet taste that appears just before the carbonation cleans the palate.

    First seen on Sunday, October 2, 2011

  • Clocktower '96 Red

    Style: Red Ale - American Amber / Red

    ABV: 5.3    IBU: 43

    Our most complex beer, the Clocktower Red is brewed with a blend of five different types of malt and two types of hops. Aside from the rich colour, the malts add varying degrees of sweetness: caramel, chocolate, and toffee can all be found in both the flavour and aroma. Perhaps most interesting is the presence of a nuttiness, that presents itself on the nose and mouth. The hops used in the Clocktower Red are best characterized as citrus or pine flavours. The citrus and pines notes stick around in the mouth afterwards leaving a very pleasant after taste.

    First seen on Sunday, October 2, 2011

  • Raspberry Wheat

    Style: Fruit Beer

    ABV: 4.4    IBU: 25

    The Raspberry Wheat is a crisp, refreshing beer with just a hint of raspberry flavour. The flavour is not tart but lightly sweet, reminiscent of summer berries. The Raspberry Wheat is made with premium Canadian 2-row barley and wheat. Just enough imported Czech Saaz hops are added to give a light floral note to compliment the raspberry flavour.

    First seen on Sunday, October 2, 2011

  • Bank St. Brown

    Style: Brown Ale - American

    ABV: 4.8    IBU: 28

    First seen on Wednesday, October 5, 2011

  • Wishart's ESB

    Style: Bitter - Extra Special / Strong (ESB)

    ABV: 5    IBU: 32

    The Wishart’s ESB is in the tradition of a British Extra Special Bitter. ESB’s typically have more flavour, aroma and alcohol than a standard bitter. Our ESB is copper in colour and the nose is a blend of sweet caramel and fruity aromas. The flavour of this beer is complex. At first taste, sweet caramel and light toffees are overwhelming. As the flavour develops, a mix of fruity, spicy and citrus start to present themselves and eventually take over the sweeter flavours.

    First seen on Friday, April 29, 2011

  • No. 7 IPA

    Style: IPA - English

    ABV: 5.8    IBU: 50

    This classic English style beer IPA has a rich caramel color. The color is noticeable darker than our English Style Bitter due to the presence of caramel malt. This beer has four unique hop additions giving it a more complex bitterness than that of the other IPA’s; however it does remain highly drinkable and flavorful.

    First seen on Wednesday, February 1, 2012

  • The Pumpkin

    Style: Pumpkin / Yam Beer

    ABV: 5    IBU: 18

    THE PUMPKIN ALE CHARACTERISTICS : It pours dark amber to orange, similar to the colour of roasted pumpkin. The flavour of the beer is slightly sweet, but the pumpkin flavour will then burst forth when left to simmer on the drinkers palette. The aroma of the pumpkin is quite intense. As the beer warms slightly more notes of pumpkin and Autumn spices emerge. It has very little aftertaste, but does leave a dry tingle afterwards. There is real pumpkin added into the mashing process, which is then added with the hops into the boil. PUMPKIN ALE by the numbers : ABV = 5.0% SRM = 9 IBU = 18

    First seen on Saturday, November 13, 2010

  • CT Stout

    Style: Stout - Other

    ABV: 4.9    IBU: 38

    A seasonal version of our original Oyster Stout. It is a dark brown, almost black beer in colour with a creamy tan head. The aroma is that of roast coffee & chocolate. The nitrogen added; rather than carbon dioxide, gives the stout a smooth creamy body, making it very easy to drink. The end flavour is has a hint of roast.

    First seen on Thursday, April 12, 2018

  • Knifewear Tongue Cutter IPA

    Style: IPA - American

    ABV: 6.3    IBU: 0

    TONGUE CUTTER IPA is 100% true to its name! The 2018 TONGUE CUTTER IPA is packed with fresh citrus flavours and aromas making it the biggest IPA the Clocktower has ever produced, in over 22 years craft brewing. 2018 marks the second year that we are canning The Tongue Cutter IPA, which will be available for sale exclusively at our Bank St. / Glebe retail store. Tongue Cutter IPA is made in collaboration and designed with our good friends at Knifewear Ottawa. TONGUE CUTTER IPA CHARACTERISTICS Tongue Cutter IPA is a light bodied West Coast Style IPA. The beer is light in colour and hazy in appearance. Tongue Cutter IPA is made with West Coast citrus hops. It is low in bitterness up front, with initial flavours of orange and tangerine. The bitterness creeps up and by finish it completely envelops the mouth. As the beer warms, more flavours reveal themselves to the drinker. This is the most substantial IPA we have ever made. It is much bigger in taste and flavour in comparison with our staple No.7 IPA. TONGUE CUTTER IPA BY THE NUMBERS : ABV = 6.4% SRM = 7 IBU = 75

    First seen on Monday, November 25, 2013

  • El Camino

    Style: Lager - American Light

    ABV: 4.5    IBU: 0

    First seen on Saturday, August 8, 2020

  • Ottawa Pale Ale

    Style: Pale Ale - American

    ABV: 0    IBU: 0

    First seen on Wednesday, June 21, 2017

  • Vienna Spring Ale

    Style: Lager - Vienna

    ABV: 5    IBU: 27

    This is an authentic Vienna style beer. It is brewed with premium imported malt and hops from Vienna. This beer is brewed using the traditional method of German/Austrian brewers and subsequently takes longer to brew then our other beers. The color is a light orange almost golden. It has a pleasant citrus aroma of the nose with hints of caramel. At first taste, the flavors present as citrus and slightly earthy however a small bit of roast or caramel may appear as well. The bitterness is similar to the ESB but much more subdued.

    First seen on Wednesday, March 27, 2013

  • White Stout

    Style: Specialty Grain

    ABV: 4.2    IBU: 15

    White Stout is an original Clocktower Brew Pub “mash up” made from two different styles of beer; a WiT beer and a Stout. It is a based on our traditional Wit beer, as it is brewed with lots of wheat, spiced with lemon peel and lemon dominant hops. The un-malted wheat adds a smooth texture to the beer which highlights it’s citrus elements. The twist in the White Stout comes from the stout portion of the beer. Nitrogen is added to the White Stout to lend creaminess and extra body. The smaller sized nitrogen bubbles in the carbonation, also help to bring the lemon zest to the surface at first taste. Our White Stout is a refreshing and highly drinkable beer made specifically for the first warm days of the Spring season. ABV 4.4% SRM = 1.5 IBU = 15

    First seen on Thursday, April 18, 2013

  • Extra Special Bitter

    Style: Bitter - Extra Special / Strong (ESB)

    ABV: 5.3    IBU: 32

    A traditional British ESB with floral hops, balanced with toasted malt notes

    First seen on Tuesday, July 30, 2019

  • Merry Cherry Porter

    Style: Porter - American

    ABV: 5.4    IBU: 0

    Clocktower Merry Cherry Porter is based on the original recipe for much beloved CT Porter, first product circa 2007... now brewed with fresh cherries!

    First seen on Monday, November 18, 2019

  • Pride

    Style: Blonde / Golden Ale - Other

    ABV: 4.4    IBU: 25

    First seen on Monday, August 21, 2017

  • Porter

    Style: Porter - English

    ABV: 4.5    IBU: 25

    The Clocktower Porter is a sweet, dark brown and full-bodied beer. There is an initial citrus and hop flavor right at the beginning of the palette, which gives way to hints of chocolate, caramel and toffee at the finish. Our Porter is nitrogen infused which holds in it’s unique flavour and aroma, as the beer settles. The Porter does take a little longer to pour, as it has a creamy cascading effect when poured, similar to a classic Irish Stout.

    First seen on Tuesday, January 3, 2012

  • Break of Day Hazy IPA

    Style: IPA - New England / Hazy

    ABV: 6.5    IBU: 38

    Emphasising hop aromas and big flavour without bracing bitterness our Break of Day IPA is a classic New England IPA / NEIPA that delivers a bursting juicy tropical hop experience! It’s moderate body, bold citrus & mango notes and low bitterness make it a perfect companion on a warm summer day. Pairs perfectly with roasted veggies, grilled meats & summer salads. Craft brewed in Ottawa, Canada.

    First seen on Sunday, November 5, 2023

  • Maybock

    Style: Bock - Hell / Maibock / Lentebock

    ABV: 5.5    IBU: 35

    This dark golden orange colored ale is a lighter form of a traditional bock. Brewing in Germany was outlawed during the warm summer months. Bock’s, in particular, Maibocks would have been some of the last beers to become available until fall. Our May-Bock is lighter in colour and flavour. The aroma is reminiscent of light fruit and spring flowers. The main flavors are honey, citrus, spicy pepper, and fruit. It is a delicately balanced beer between a strong bitterness and a honey backbone.

    First seen on Wednesday, May 2, 2012

  • Hoppy Frooty O's Session IPA

    Style: IPA - Session

    ABV: 4.7    IBU: 50

    Hoppy Frooty-O’s taste profile is as close to a bowl of fruit that the CT brewhouse has ever produced (minus the actual fruit and plus the beer!) Our new Clocktower Session IPA is brewed with 5 unique strains of hops, each of which impart different fruit and citrus flavours to the beer. As the beer warms, Hoppy Frooty-O’s reveals hints of fresh apple, lemon, tangerine and melon, in both it’s flavour and aroma. Despite the generous amount of hops used in the brewing process, there is virtually no bitterness to the beer. Our CT brewer’s have provided just enough malt flavour to balance out the beers abundant hoppy fruit flavours. Hoppy Frooty-O’s is a perfect craft beer for the Summer patio season!

    First seen on Wednesday, June 12, 2019

  • Beerista

    Style: Blonde / Golden Ale - Other

    ABV: 5    IBU: 0

    Equator coffee roasters Ethiopian light roasted Coffee infused Golden Ale.

    First seen on Saturday, January 27, 2018

  • Is Spring Coming Bock?

    Style: Bock - Hell / Maibock / Lentebock

    ABV: 5.7    IBU: 20

    Is Spring Coming Bock – Tasting Notes Much like Ottawa weather Is Spring Coming Bock teases you in one direction and suddenly shifts. This clean golden ale is light and refreshing on first sip just like a warm spring day or random February days. Light cereal and bready aromas waft through the warm winter air. Unlike our weather, this bock is very easy to take. The twist just like that random snow storm is a flurry of alcohol, it comes in at 5.7% abv. Just high enough to help forget the slide to work and home. The higher alcohol presents as light fruity flavours and a slight warming after a few sips. Bocks are malt forward beer that are usually very clean. Is Spring Coming Bock is our unique homage to the Maybock style of beer.

    First seen on Wednesday, March 6, 2019

  • Webster's Dunkel

    Style: Lager - Munich Dunkel

    ABV: 5    IBU: 14

    Webster’s Dunkel our very first Lager. IT is based on the Munich Dunkel style. Dunkel means dark so the style is meant to be a clean lager with “dark” flavours. The nose on the dunkel is very light with hints of caramel and toffee. It has a candied apple like flavour on the body. It starts of as a bit of caramel and ends with a finish distinctly apple. Very light in body and very clean tasting. No noticeable bitterness, hop flavour and aroma are very light. Those looking for a clean beer with more flavour should enjoy the dunkel. The candy apple flavour is very playful with no hint of extra sweetness. And yes, that is our Brewmaster Patrick's dog. ABV = 5.0% IBU = 14 SRM = 21

    First seen on Monday, November 26, 2012

  • Billy's Goat Brew

    Style: Stout - White / Golden

    ABV: 5.8    IBU: 8

    Billy's Goat Brew is a very creamy and smooth nitro stout, with rich notes of dark chocolate and a fresh espresso kick. Our white stout is brewed with cold brew coffee concentrate, in partnership with Ottawa's very own Happy Goat Coffee Company!

    First seen on Wednesday, November 24, 2021

  • 38th Battalion Ale

    Style: Scottish Ale

    ABV: 5    IBU: 30

    Brewed in honour of the 38th Ottawa Overseas Battalion who fought valiantly in the battle of Vimy Ridge and for all the brave men & women who have paid the ultimate sacrifice, in pursuit of freedom.

    First seen on Thursday, April 13, 2017


El Camino

By Clemens Krähmer

Raspberry Wheat

By Tracy Oldenburg

Berried Treasure Ale

By Emily Oldenburg

Berried Treasure Ale

By Alyssa Oldenburg

Peak Pacific West Coast Ipa

By stephen issa

Break of Day Hazy IPA

By stephen issa

Peak Pacific West Coast Ipa

By Barry Beldam

Berried Treasure Ale

By Peter Milsom

El Camino

By Stephen Campbell

Reap & Sow Kolsch

By Phil Ouellette

Double Barrel Brown Ale

By Tim Choi

Clocktower '96 Red

By Tim Choi

Chimney Sweep Black Stout

By Tim Choi

Extra Special Bitter

By Tim Choi

El Camino

By Alex Salt

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