Rogue Ales new Paradise Pucker is a sour infused with orange peel, passionfruit and pink guava. If you’re stuck in the city this week, pick up one of these beauties and daydream of Hawaii!
Oregon’s Crux Fermentation Project is finally in BC! Gimme Mo is an IPA brewed with whole leaf Mosaic and Citra. The mango, melon and berry notes are balanced out by a nice crisp malt backbone for a perfect summer beer.
Nothing screams summer like this new cider from BX Press, part of their seasonal series. It’s loaded with raspberry and lavender. A little bit fruity, a little bit floral, a lot of deliciousness! What more can you wish for?
Why not try something new this Canada Day? A bunch of new beers from Chemainus based brewery Riot Brewing have arrived just in time for the long weekend. There is a crisp lager, a smooth mild and a mellow IPA. Perfect for camping!
Some brand new Belgian brews have arrived! Brouwerij ‘t Verzet graces our presence with three variations of the legendary oud bruin style. Barrel aged in oak for at least a year, malty and sublty tart complexities abound. If you are just curious, the regular version is available in small bottles. The big ones are limited […]
Far off on the Southern tip of Australia you can find the Margaret River wine region. Xanadu Wines has been making wine there for 40 years and counting. This big and juicy Cab is one to look out for. It is loaded with dark fruit notes such as blackcurrent, mulberry and plum. It pairs wonderfully […]
When it comes to value, this wine is tough to beat! Made by Bodegas Castano out of Southeastern Spain, comes this blended red. It is silky smooth and easy on the tannins with a hint of sweetness.
Boozy ginger ale anyone? This one from Off The Rail Brewing is about as close as it gets! Add in a touch of honey and you end up with a beer that is crisp and refreshing.
The head brewer from Townsite Brewing pays homage to his homeland of Belgium and its brewing traditions with these intriguing new brews. The big bottle is a wild fermented ale aged on wood, as the name implies. The little bottle is a blend of this wild ale and their sour saision. Cheers!
Light, bright and Bretty is the way to sum up this new one from Field House Brewing. Add in some Nelson Sauvin and Hallertau Blanc hops and you have yourself a wonderfully summery brew!