Discover our selection of local and international beer.
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Our local beer selection is so wide, it would make the most patriotic of Albertans shed a tear of joy. Hipsters too, but it doesn’t take much to make them cry.
Alley Kat - Edmonton
Annex Ales - Calgary
Bench Creek – Yellowhead County
Big Rock - Calgary
Blindman Brewing - Lacombe
Brewsters - Calgary
Canmore Brewing Co – Canmore
Caravel Brewing - Calgary
Common Crown Brewing - Calgary
Coulee Brewing Co. – Lethbridge
Dandy Brewing - Calgary
Drummond Brewery – Red Deer
Grizzly Paw - Canmore
Half Hitch Brewing - Cochrane
Jasper Brewing Co. –Jasper
Labatt Breweries of Canada - Edmonton
Minhas Brewing - Calgary
Ribstone Creek Brewing - Edgerton
Six Corners - Okotoks
Tool Shed Brewing - Calgary
Trolley 5 Brewing – Calgary
Troubled Monk Brewing – Red Deer
Village Brewing - Calgary
Wild Rose - Calgary
Zero Issue - Calgary
Village Blonde, Village Brewery
A pleasant, easy drinking blonde golden ale, from Calgary’s Village Brewery who have now been mashing out fine suds for seven years now. The Village Blonde not as hop forward as some blonde ales, it has a pleasant cut grass aroma (bring on the summer) along with bready malt notes that are also present in the flavor. A full foamy mouthfeel and has a sweet finish. I enjoyed this with a ham and pecorino cheese pannini. Comes in a 6 pack $15 and change, enjoy.
Baseball season is officially underway, having just transitioned from spring training to the regular season.
For many Canadians, St Patrick’s Day is an excuse to wear green, while kids cut shamrocks from paper and fashion cardboard leprechaun hats.
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