Our offering ranges from crisp lagers and ales to barrel-aged and barrel-fermented beers.
How Many Corners?
We’re keen on corners around here and made “How Many Corners” to satisfy these unnatural urges. We’ve used a cornucopia of international hops in this beer including Sabro, Mosaic, Barbe Rouge, and Southern Passion. Expect tropical fruit over a gentle malt backbone.
Lil’ Broski celebrates our long relationship with The Glass Monkey, one of our favourite local restaurants. Of the many beers we’ve served there, Bro has been a particular fan favourite, so together we decided to do a summer version with a lower ABV. Notes of coffee, chocolate and roasty malt dominate this crushable beer.
Resilient Lager is the product of a generous “Brewer for a Day” donation for the Stollery Children’s Hospital. The folks that were the honorary brewers wanted to make a crushable beer inspired by classic Ukranian lagers. Bright, crisp, and floral, this beer acknowledges resilience of people everywhere.
Astra Primursa is the third release in the Dry Hop Series. This blend of one, two, three and four year old mixed-fermentation barrels is a collision of two worlds: old world East Kent Goldings and new world Amarillo. These two wildly different hops meld delightfully to dry hop this beer. The result is juicy grapefruit, tropical starfruit, and marmalade hop character balanced by a full, round texture and medium-high acidity.
Bière de Gascony
Bière de Gascony is a mixed-fermentation blend that spent 24 months in Armagnac barrels before being carefully selected for this beer. The Armagnac barrels used in this beer originated in Gascony, France. The blend displays a combination of berry fruit notes and savoury depth with elements of leather and tobacco. It has medium acidity and a dry finish showcasing a combination of subtle baking spice and oaky tannins. We hope you like it.
Shattered Shadows is a dry-hopped lager featuring a new hop combination: Mosaic and Eclipse. The gentle Czech malt backbone enhances the mandarin peel and red berry hops of this beer. It finishes with a gentle crisp bitterness that lingers on the palate. Don’t be afraid of the shadows!
Deb returns 5 years after being a staple in our launch lineup. Deb is a malty English-style ale with a sharp hop bite. Dry hopped with East Kent Goldings, Deb finishes very dry, crisp, and punctuated with orange marmalade and citrus notes. Deb is back and as delicious as ever!
Whoops’ origins lie in an error made in a batch of Union Bhoys many years ago. Too much wheat was added and a new beer was created. We did an aggressive dry hop with German Tettnang to give Whoops a bright hop bite with a menthol twinge. Be amazed at our mistakes!
Enthusiastic Man is a collaboration with Blindman Brewing Co. It uses Alberta hops (Willamette) and Alberta malt (Hogarth's Munich). Blind Enthusiasm's Enthusiastic Man is very malt forward, with bright red berry notes from the malt and herbal character from the hops. It finishes semi-dry
Sojourn in Sicily
Sojourn in Sicily is a Mixed Fermentation blend featuring unique characteristics imparted by Sicilian Marsala barrels. The beer fermented in the Marsala barrels for 20 months before being blended. This blend is the first led by our brewer Ian “Nar” Nawrot who has been with the brewery since the start. The result is a robust beer with subtle red berry and rose water aromatics, savoury walnut and maple flavours, which are amplified by a medium high acidity.
This rich red ale was initally a special charity brew supporting Youth Empowerment and Support Services (YESS). The idea for this beer came from a generous group of donors that won a YESS auction to be brewers for a day at Blind Enthusiasm and has been brought back due to our love of this brew. This beer is malt-forward with low bitterness.
2, 3 & 4 Year Spontaneous & Mixed Fermentation Blend — Convergent Evolution is the true convergence of Spontaneous and Mixed Fermentation. Fermented in red wine barrels for 2, 3 & 4 years this blend combines the unique characteristics of both methods. The blend of 75% Spontaneous and 25% Mixed Fermentation gives the depth and complexity of Spontaneous with the brightness and vibrance of Mixed Fermentation. The result is a balanced beer with stone fruit and ripe apple aromatics, savoury wine depth, with a bright citrus finish and medium acidity.
Our beers are available at Biera, our neighbourhood restaurant, and The Monolith's taproom. Bottles can be found on our online store, in the Biera Market, at the taproom and in select bars and liquor stores across Alberta.