Bone dry, peppery and a hint of lemon
A hazy, double dry-hopped New England style IPA fermented on Hornindal
Kviek yeast. Fermented real warm to promote a heavy dosage of fruity
esters accompanied with healthy additions of El Dorado hops in the
whirlpool and again in the fermenter. Strong aroma of peach and orange,
flavours of ripe mango, pineapple and pear. A collaboration with Valley
Brewing in Drumheller, AB.
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.
With winter fast approaching dark beers are coming back. This stout has
lots of oats, chocolate malt and lactose sugar. This leads to a rich dark
chocolate flavour and full, sweet mouthfeel. Winter isn't so bad after all.
Dark and forboding but light and very drinkable, an education in the
chocolate/coffee/toasted malts for those who avoid darker beers.
Kettle sour dry-hopped with Azacca hops. It’s light bodied, tart and loaded
with citrus and stone fruit flavours. Lemon and grapefruit dominate with
background flavours of peach and pineapple.
A light wheat ale hopped with Citra and El Dorado. Sounds familiar? This
beer was based on the award winning Summer Session with a little more
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
To celebrate our 100th batch of beer made here at Paddy’s we wanted to
feature the excellent craft maltsters in Alberta. We made our extremely
popular Vienna Lager using malt strictly from Origin Malting and Red Shed
Malting. The result is a slightly more nutty, biscuity, more local version of
our most popular beer. Here’s to hundreds more!
Creamy and medium-bodied, Five Hundie Hazy IPA has notes of peach and
cotton candy on the nose followed by suggestions of mango and papaya on
Designed to be the beer version of the delicious Mexican beverage. Sweet
and full bodied with loads of cinnamon.