Here’s a beer that will earn your ap-peach-iation! Twin Sails Brewing limited release of Two Straws milkshake IPA! Let it steal a peach of your heart. .
We’re all gushing over these bottle-conditioned beauties from Toronto’s Burdock Brewery!!! Small quantities of Table Beer, Saison du Must and Oria Raspberry are on the shelves, hurry up!!!!
The legend has become reality, Holy Mountain beer is now available in BC! “The Ox” is a wild an peculiar beast. It’s a saison that has spent quite some time fermenting in oak and was brewed with orange zest. Of course, Brettanomyces was involved as well. It’s a rare treat!
Peanut butter jelly time! Well, not really… Just some more tasty brews from Toronto favourites Bellwoods Brewery. There’s a cherry version of the Jelly King, bound to be tart, juicy and delicious. Motley Cru is a blend of barrel aged wild ales with passionfruit for that oaky, tart, fruity and funky vibe. Lastly, Farmageddon, a […]
Ooh la la, Coorinna! Steel & Oak gets exotic with this saison. It’s made with wild harvested pepperberries from Tasmania and hops from New Zealand.
Same old tasty IPA, brand new format! Steamworks really delivers on the convenience front. This way you can have just the one for when you really feel like it, without having to make the full commitment on a six pack.
If you feel like getting a bit hedonistic and reacquainting yourself with your inner dark side, here’s the beer for you. It is a big and boozy dark beer from Field House Brewing, fermented with Brettanomyces and dry-hopped with El Dorado and Mosaic. The dark side just got a whole lot more dank…
Well isn’t this just the most Vancouver thing ever? A beer conditioned over cherry blossoms! Four Winds made this in collaboration with the folks from Farmhouse Fest in honour of this years’ event. The event has come and gone but there thankfully is more of this wonderful beer to go around! It’s funky with a […]
We got a small re-stock of the Strange Fellows Wild Saison and the staff is feeling pretty sassy!
Don’t be dumb-dumb, drink Dim Wit! Parkside’s newest is a spritzy Belgian-style Witbier with a nice spice and orange peel touch.