Steel & Oak Seasonal Beers

Two returning seasonals from Steel & Oak Brewing Co.! One is a beer with a complex malt bill of rye, oats and barely with complementary juniper notes and a hint of citrusy hops. The other is a classic take on a strong German wheat beer: the weizenbock. Notes of banana, clove and subtle spice is […]

Twins Sails & Boombox – Tone Def

The hoppy onslaught of Twin Sails Brewing continues! This time with a collaborative effort involving Boombox Brewing Co.. The beer of choice they decided to make is a double IPA with blood orange. Need we say more?

Field House – Wild Saison

To celebrate their first year as a brewery, released this wild saison. It has an unrestrained beauty with notes of earthy funk, vibrant fruit and a floral effervescence. Congrats!

Postmark – Mosaic IPA

Another new single hop IPA from Postmark Brewing. This one gets up close and personal with Mosaic hops to squeeze all that wonderful tropical fruit character out of it. Great if you want to get a taste of summer.

Phillips Beers

The flow of beers from Phillips Brewing is seemingly never ending! “Space Goat” is back once more. A classic west coast style pale ale with oats for added texture. The other is a benefit brew with proceeds going to SAINTS Rescue. It is an imperial pilsner that does not mess around!

Blasted Church Wines

We have some fun new wines from none other than Blasted Church Vineyards. “Godspeed” is a white blend of mainly Riesling and some Sauv Blanc and Gewurstaminer to round things out. This gives it notes of green apple, honey and some minerality. Goes great with Mexican food! Next up is a new vintage of “Marital […]

Ravens – Dry Irish Stout

If you are looking to take classic a pub style beer home, give this dry Irish stout from Ravens Brewing a try. It has a lot of dark roast flavour with a hint of espresso, yet is smooth, dry and easy drinking.

Brasserie de la Senne – Brusseleir

In a classic Belgian fashion, Brasserie de la Senne disregards tradition and make themselves a black IPA. It has a nice rich malty character with notes of chocolate to back up a solid bitterness.

Persephone – Smoked Porter

Surprise, surpise! Persephone Brewing brings back the smoked porter. This one is not for the faint of heart. It has a rugged roasty and smokey character due to a hefty use of beechwood smoked malt and a variety of roasted malts. Cheers!

Adrian Serrano Rioja

A nice and easy going Spanish red that is a classic blend of Tempranillo and Garnacha grapes. Expect it to be ruby in colour, fruit forward, with warming notes from the alcohol and have a medium body.