Two new mysterious brews from Freigeist Bierkultur! With names like “Rhubarb Pie Beer” and “Mango Gose Eisbock” we’re not sure quite what to expect, but we’re all pretty excited to try them.
Phillips Brewing strikes again! The 2016 edition of Hammer is out and it is still full of all the caramel and bourbon goodness we remember.
Feeling like something effervescent and complex? We have just the thing for you! “Triplicity,” the Belgian Tripel made with Lillooet wild sage honey from Four Winds Brewing is back and better than ever.
Something spectacular just swooped into our store. “Venatrix” from Driftwood Brewery! Loaded with tart raspberry, it is a Belgian Lambic inspired sour. Beers like this take some time and we are sure the patience will pay off wonderfully. A variety of microscopic critters duked it out to give you a mouthpuckering, yet exquisitely refreshing experience.
Lately, Twin Sails Brewing has really been pushing the definition of IPA style, and we are all for it! In this all the hop additions were post boil, to give you an explosive hop flavor minus the bitterness. Hence the “zero IBU” designation. We are absolutely burning with curiosity to try this!
Feeling #blessed. Always nice to see Naughty Hildegard from Driftwood Brewery back. We all love you Hildy!
Here is something malty and rich to warm your cold body. Les Trois Mousquetaires from Quebec has brought us an Belgian inspired Oud Bruin. It is vinous and oaky with a dash of balsamic character. Very nice!
Inspired by the golden wheat and barley fields of the prairies, Bomber Brewing gives us something mellow to crush after a hard days work.
Something new this way comes, Brasserie Dunham gives us a taste of summer during these chilly winter days. It is a tropical fruit bomb in essence, since it is fermented with mango, guava, passionfruit and tangerine. Dry hopped with Mosaic and TNT hops to add to the fruity character even more.
For this brew inspired by the coastal waters, Postmark Brewing got a little help from Fanny Bay Oyster Bar & Shellfish Market. They supplied them with the oyster shells needed to create this dark, briney and mysterious oyster stout.