Kickboxer: Retaliation (2018)
We are happy to announce this year’s hip-happening events lined up for yet another season of Summer Saturdays! New and past guest artists with the same quality beer. Join us in the beer garden for a cold one this summer, seven days a week. (Check our hours on the right-hand side of the page.) (more…)
Welcome to the Wild North!
Check out Cabin Fever Red Saison (6% alc./vol., 25 IBUs)
Style: Red Saison
Alc: 6% alc./vol.
Appearance: Warm copper hue with slight cloudiness and generous tan head.
Mouth Feel: Medium bodied and smooth, with the lively effervescence of saison yeast and perle hops
Flavour & Aroma: Clove and Banana
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The Wild North Series is a line-up of one-off brews developed especially for craft beer pubs and eateries looking for a steady supply of new, interesting beers. Each of beers is available only on tap and only for a limited time. Ask your local bar keep to give us a call and get some in there. Because once it’s gone, it’s gone….
(September 2014) We’re pleased to let you know that we’ve recently begun shipping out kegs of a brand new, limited-edition tip-of-the-hat to autumn called Mash’n Pumpkins.
Developed by Brewer Mark Campbell, this malt-forward pumpkin ale was made with Magnum and Fuggles hops, and of course, pumpkin, autumn spice and vanilla. (more…)
(September 2014) It’s that time again. So stow away the flip flops, haul out the sweaters and raise a glass of 10 Point IPA. Here’s to turning leaves and crackling fires. (One in front and one behind, hopefully.)
This is year three for this popular autumn seasonal, an uncommonly balanced IPA. A balanced IPA? There’s some debate among craft beer aficionados as to whether there even is such a thing, but Darren and Dan (the fellas in charge of the barley nectar here) insist that it’s right here; they made it so. Give it a try and you’ll see. And this year, they’ve tinkered with the recipe a little, raising the IBUs a wee bit, to 45.
You can find it on tap and at LCBOs across Ontario, as well as select markets in Manitoba and Northeastern USA. Click <here> for a printable PDF information page.