Now that summer is finally actually here, it is time to chill out and slow down for a bit and enjoy the sunshine! Heck, maybe even whip out the hammock or something. Category 12 has the beer just for such an occasion. It is a mellow farmhouse ale that is dry and somewhat earthy to […]
This one is for all the prairie boys and girls who long for drinking a good old pils and reminiscing of the wide open plains. Doan’s Craft Brewing and Bomber Brewing teamed up to give you a combination of two of their favourite things: Pilsners and hops! To make it interesting they used some unusual […]
Come and get it! Something new and refreshing from Yellow Dog Brewing. It is a fun gose with a squeeze of lime, a dash of ginger and finishes with a salty tang. The closest thing to a margarita you can get in beer form.
Farmhouse Fest is just around the corner and we’ve got this beauty from Bellwoods Brewery to get you through the next two weeks! Farmhouse Classic is a crisp little Brett bomb with lots of lemony, peppery notes.
Some good things come in small packages, like this wonderful Sparkly wine! It made with Riesling grapes and is nice and light and dry. Perfect for when you just want to have one glass.
For those mellow days, there are always ISA’s! Like this one from Steamworks Brewing. Clocking in at 4.4% and 40 IBU it’s not gonna make you jump out of your shoes but it will sure be tasty! You can count on that with Galaxy, Orbit and Nelson Sauvin hops all taking part.
Guess who’s back? That’s right! The passion fruit sour from Breakside Brewery! If you are passionate about sours, this one should definitely be on your “sours to drink before I die” bucket list. Cheers!
Alright everyone, try and keep your cool, it’s just a new beer from Upright Brewery! Admittedly it’s pretty damn cool. Like wearing your sunglasses on a rainy day kind of cool. Totally next level. It’s not your everyday kind of IPA. It is fermented at low temperatures with saison yeasts, to keep the Belgian character […]
TFW you’ve been in a haze for days, dreaming of hazy IPA’s. In that case you’ll be amazed, to see that “High 5” from Yellow Dog has returned, to very high praise!
Some new and interesting beers from Scottish brewery Innis & Gunn. One is malty and dark and matured in bourbon. This gives notes of coconut, orange oil and dark coffee beans. The other is an IPA, done the Scottish way. This means a nice malt character juxtaposed by heaps of Cascade, Centennial and Mandarina hops. […]