This is an intriguing one. Trading Post Brewing collaborated with CRAFT Beer Market to make this farmhouse style brew that is essentially a blend of two different beers. The end product is a unique one with a light tartness and deep, rich flavors of cherry, plum and spice. If you are feeling the chills, this […]
Quirky as ever, Phillips Brewing like to stray from tradition and do their own thing. This beer is a perfect example. Kettle soured with Lactobacillus, infused with fruity peaches and lastly aged on oak, this brew will have your taste buds freaking out in a good way.
Sometimes you just want to have something mellow. This one from Powell Brewery is just the thing. It is light and refreshing, yet not without flavor. You still get a fair bit of hoppy character with notes of orange peel, apricot, melon and berries.
Some things get better with time. This beer from Dageraad Brewing is an excellent example! Done for the third year in a row, they have stepped it up a size to 750 ml bottles. It is bright and fruity, due to the addition of BC pears. There’s also coriander added which works great in this. […]
Just in time for Christmas comes this beautiful creation from Central City, a raspberry sour. The third is an already impressive line up of barrel aged beers. It is bold and flavorful. Tasty!
Some returning Quebecois beauties that never fail to impress. Brasserie Dieu du Ciel brings us a bodacious pair of boozy beers including an imperial stout and a barley wine. Le Trou du Diable graces our presence with an intense barrel aged rye sour aged on cherries.
Gotta love that weather we’ve been having right? It is a great way to keep your beer cool… Here’s and eclectic line of locals ready for you to enjoy. Dead Frog Brewery keeps it on the nutty side with a peanut butter stout. Whistler Brewing returns with the ever popular winter dunkel, which is the […]
If it is at all like it seems to be, this intriguing brew from Bridge Brewing should be intense! Rye and ginger are both known for hints of spice character. 3 different types of ginger went into the making of this: ground, fresh and candied. Lovers of ginger, this might just be THE beer for […]
Some fun, new, old world reds for you to try. There is a Chateau Rouselle Bordeaux, A 2000 vintage of Caves São João Reserva, and an Italian Li Veli Passamente.
Does barrel ageing beer make it better? We can argue until the cows come home or you could just try this gift pack from Central City and make up you own mind. It contains two versions of Thor’s Hammer. One being bourbon barrel aged and the other bottle conditioned.