This beer may look dark and intimidating but it’s actually light and very drinkable. Based on the traditional German Schwarzbier, this lager has subtle notes of chocolate and coffee with a very clean finish. This beer is a great introduction to roasted malts for those who normally stay away from dark beers.
New year, new IPA series. Start the New Year off with a bang with this bold IPA. This beer has a strong, assertive bitterness paired with a plethora of delicious fruit forward new world hops. The gangs all here… Ekuanot cryo, Simcoe cryo, Citra cryo, Belma, Amarillo, Idaho-7 and BRU-1.
This is an easy drinking ale with some interesting, background malt complexity. With seven different types of malt used in the brewing of this beer there are a plethora of flavors hidden behind the clean finish. Additions of El Dorado and Cascade hops compliment the malt bill leading to a hop profile that can be described as floral, citrus and even jolly rancher candy.
A simplified malt recipe of 2-row, wheat and light crystal paired with a single hop variety, Amarillo. Fermented on saison yeast creating an interesting combination of pear, peppery phenols and banana bread with a dry, light finish. Amarillo hops lend a delightful citrus flavor and aroma dominated by grapefruit. craft beer Calgary brewery
New England Saison… is that a thing? Brewed with an oat and wheat heavy malt bill, restrained bitterness, exact water composition and an enormous amount of delicious new world hops. A double dry hop of Mosaic, El Dorado and Amarillo lead the charge with the ester profile of the Saison yeast adding the complexity. Kinda like a White IPA with a softer mouthfeel, more hops and slightly different ester profile.
Happy birthday to us! This special 1st anniversary beer is a kettle soured stout with sweet cherries added during fermentation. It’s a complex mix of chocolate, cherry and tartness. Dark colour with a hint of cherry red and a beautiful pink head. Enjoy and thanks for all the support during our first year!
This is not your traditional Pilsner but it’s pretty darn close. Using 100% German Pilsner malt plus a soft water profile creates a clean, easy drinking beer, but we weren’t done there. Instead of using traditional noble hops that are synonymous with this style we decided to experiment. Using a hop from New Zealand lends us the typical noble hop character plus additional “fruity” tones such as lemon and lime. brewery Calgary
This slightly malty, darker lager is made with mostly Vienna, Pilsner and Munich malt. Bready, biscuit and nutty flavours lead the charge with noble hops helping balance the beer. A long lagering schedule is used to create a clean, crisp beer with a slightly more malty flavour profile than most other lagers.