Buckets full of El Dorado, Mandarina Bavaria, and Jarrylo hops were thrown into this hop bursted IPA. A smooth bitterness makes way for fruity hop flavours and aromas of mango, orange, tangerine, pineapple, and pear.
Hop Bursting is a brewing technique where you add all of the hops near the end of the brewing process, but don’t allow them to boil for very long. This allows the intense flavours of the hops to come through with a smooth bitterness that doesn’t overpower. The result here is a juicy IPA, ‘bursting’ with flavour.
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We teamed up with The Common on this amber coloured raspberry sour. Since it’s not quite summer, we wanted to make a maltier sour with more body than a typical sour. We fermented it on raspberries to provide fruitiness and complexity to this collaboration brew.
Heaps of brown, crystal, and chocolate malt provide flavours and aromas of light roast, chocolate, coffee, toffee, and caramel. This porter finishes with a light drying roastiness and moderate bitterness.
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!
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.