This saison from Fernie Brewing is made with the added ingredients of Seville orange peel and black peppercorns. It is spicy, peppery and fruity.
Just when you think a beer has gone the way of the dinosaur, it reappears! That’s how we feel about “Belle Royale” from Driftwood Brewing. Happy to see you again! You might not come around very often, but when you do, we are all seduced by your complex flavor. Loads of sour cherries were used […]
Guess who’s back. That’s right! Slam Dank from Twin Sails. It is hella dank and hella delicious. Need we say more?
Some exciting new brews have arrived from Field House Brewing. The first is a collaboration with Modern Times in the form of a free spirited, foraged saison. Infused with a medley of mountain ingredients, floral hops and a whole bunch of blackberries. The other is an extensively dry hopped hazy sour double IPA. Mellow on […]
Parkside‘s new limited release is a traditional medium-bodied porter with a well-balanced roasty flavour and no smoke. Finally! Something for beer nerds who vape.
Just in time for NEVERENDING WINTER, Steel & Oak‘s Blackthorn is back. This strong ale is full of jammy dark fruit notes and will keep you warm for the rainy days to come.
These new scotches from Glenmorangie are the perfect accompaniment for your evening if you, like us, want nothing more than to hibernate until June. Lasanta is a 12-year finished in Oloroso and PX sherry casks for warm butterscotchy, nutty, spicy notes. Quinta Ruban was finished in ruby port casks for a chocolate and candied orange […]
Karaoke Showdown is the new collaboration brew from Yellow Dog and Steel & Oak. Hoppy Doppelbock is a pretty unique style, and at 8.1% ABV it’s the perfect beer for those of us who need a little liquid courage before taking the stage for a very unique rendition of Total Eclipse of the Heart.
Look what is slowly waking from its wintry slumber: Shazoo! An imperial milk stout from Gigantic Brewing. The added lactose helps round out the texture and soften things up a tad in general. Prominent notes of coffee, chocolate and caramel throughout. Cheers!
If you enjoyed the Salted Caramel Milk Stout from Breakside Brewing, you’re going to love this one! Ageing in Bourbon barrels makes everything better, including beer. Especially dark beer. Big notes of vanilla, caramel and chocolate mix with rich bourbon flavors and a rich mouthfeel. It is dinner and dessert all in one.