Waves of Silence

FLAVORFUL, RELENTLESS, TONGUE-TYING

Fort George has a long-held fascination with stouts. Waves of Silence allows the brewery to explore the darker recesses of their recipe books. What do they hold? The possibilities are fathomless. Each wave is a unique experience.

To see what you taste go to fortgeorgebrewery.com/gone and check out information on the pint you are experiencing. Waves of Silence will be released in limited runs, from time-to-time, available in color-changing 16-ounce four-pack cans and draft.

Brewer's Notes

Every batch of Waves of Silence is different, allowing brewers to explore the darkest corners of their recipe books.

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