Now you don’t have to be jealous of your Toronto friends for always being able to drink that Bellwoods Brewery beer because we just got some in! The dry hopped sour style is quickly becoming a classic, and this one is the king of the castle. Lactobacillus and Citra teamed up to give you a […]
For those of you who like to try new grape varietals, we have just the wine for you. This Villa Maria Estate wine is from New Zealand and the grape of choice is Arneis. Originally from Northern Italy, it took to the climate of the new location quite well. Known to be herbaceous and dry, […]
Looks like Postmark came through with a brand new hoppy brew. This pale ale is made with the ever popular Mosaic hops. Let its tropical vibes transport your mind to sunny summer time!
Named in commemoration of the late wife of Central City’s head brewer Gary Lohin, this is one to cherish. “Pia” is an extensively barrel aged, black currant sour made in the Belgian style. Perfect for sharing, as is one that will stay with you.
There are few better ways to celebrate a sunny day than with a rosé. This one Le Vieux Pin Winery fits the bill perfectly. Made with 100% Pinot Noir and fermented in stainless steel. This rosé is bone dry and has retained a lovely fruity bouquet, as well as a refreshing acidity. Bring on the […]
Subtle notes of pepper and fruit are at the forefront of this tasty saison from Granville Island. A moderate amount of hops ensure it’s crispness however.
As you might already know, Central City has been distilling for a while now. This gin is a product of that hard work. Named in honour of BC’s original capital, Queensborough, it is made in the London Dry style. As a way to truly make it their own, they used Rocky Mountain Juniper berries and […]
Something new from a fairly familiar winery out of Mendoza, Argentina. What some people consider the lesser Bordeaux grapes seem to do very well here. Cabernet Franc is a great example. All the grapes are handpicked for added quality control on high altitude vineyards at the foot of the Andes Mountains. The result is a […]
Celebrate the Summer of Doppelbocks with Paulaner‘s Salvator in a tall can! This classic German beer is full of dark toasty malts and toffee goodness. If you’re looking for something on the lighter side, the Munchner Hell is the beer for you: a lager with a hint of sweetness, mild hoppiness and nice effervescence.
Powell St‘s White IPA is back just in time for longer, sunnier days! Brewed with orange peel, coriander and Northwestern hops, Daybreak is tropical, citrus-y and crushable.