Light and dry with a hint of spice from the yeast, this Belgian table beer is low in alcohol and easy to drink.
Time for Dinner was made using a traditional brewing method called parti-gyle. This means making one high and one low alcohol beer from the same mash. A parti-gyle mash is something we’ve never done before, so we were excited to try our hand at it. We’re currently aging the stronger beer, which will be released as our next Back Alley Brew.
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We brewed this beer to commemorate the life of our beloved brewery dog and security guard, Jake. He enjoyed coming into work everyday for sixteen years to distract our staff, play fetch, and beg for scraps under the lunchroom table. Cheers Jake!
Motueka, Pacifica, and Rakau hops are alive and well in this New Zealand White IPA. The unique citrus and tropical hop aromas complement the traditional ingredients of bitter orange peel and coriander.
This light German style ale is a delightfully crisp and refreshing beer. Whether you are new to craft beer or a seasoned veteran, this simple yet flavourful ale is sure to please. Now crafted to be gluten reduced!
Inspired by the countless amazing views in Alberta, our Amber Brown Ale is now called Buena Vista Brown Ale!
Our brown ale recipe has not changed. It is still a hearty, London-style brown ale, traditionally hopped with US Goldings hops. It serves as a refreshing all-purpose beer for those who enjoy dark ales.