Some new beers from 3 of our favourite breweries: High Voltage from Portland’s Gigantic Brewing is a “winter IPA” brewed with loads of mosaic, citra and cascade hops. Ceci N’est Pas Une Gueuze is Quebec’s Les Trois Mousquetaires’ take on the classic Belgian style. Beer Geek Breakfast is an oatmeal stout brewed with coffee from […]
Vermont’s Shacksbury Cider is finally making its way to our shelves! The Basque cider is uncarbonated, funky and super dry; perfect for anyone who is looking to try something new! The dry cider is super light and crisp, made from a blend of English and Vermont apples.
Experience love at first sight with Strange Fellows! This New World wild ale was aged for over a year in an oak foeder for a fruity, complex character. Expect tartness up front, with loads of ripe cherry and plum and a dry finish.
We’ve been getting calls all week about this and it’s finally here! Parallel 49‘s Brews Brothers volume 3 consists of 4 bombers, made in collaboration with four American West Coast breweries: Portland’s Gigantic Brewing, San Diego’s Green Flash, Anchorage’s 49th State Brewing and Everett, Washington’s Scuttlebutt. Supplies are limited!
Another collaboration brew hitting our shelves: Double-Secret Probation is a doppelsticke altbier from Bomber and Coast Mountain Brewing. This slightly boozier take on the classic German style is full of roasty, caramel goodness.
Another beautiful BC Pinot Noir! This wine from Averill Creek has a silky, medium body with rich black cherry and ripe plum notes and a touch of spice on the finish. Pair with grilled salmon, beef bourguignon or sautéed mushrooms.
A returning seasonal from Off The Rail: Raj Mahal is an India ale brewed with lemongrass and makrut lime leaves. It is a more delicate and fragrant take on a classic IPA.
Spring is fast approaching and we can’t think of a better way to celebrate the warmer weather than cider! Tangled Rose is Twisted Hills’ newest offering: a blend of traditional apple cider and juicy organic Santa Rosa plums.
We’ve been seeing more and more hoppy farmhouse ales in the last few years and we’re excited to try this new hybrid from Four Winds and Powell St. Expect the traditional yeasty, peppery notes of a saison to be balanced out by American hops with big tropical fruit, berry and black tea notes.
Best Case Ontario is a collaboration between Four Winds and three Ontario breweries: Nickel Brook Brewing, Great Lakes Brewing and Sawdust City Brewing. This farmhouse ale was brewed with wild yeast and wild Ontario hops and then aged in foedres at Four Winds for a slightly tart, funky taste of Canada. Cheers!