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.
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
Buffalo Meadows 2022
2022 Buffalo Meadows is a dark lager, that was cool-fermented in stainless steel with Alberta blossom honey and bee pollen from Meadow-Sweet Apiaries. The base beer is the same recipe across all Meadows releases. It was then aged for 9 months in fresh Buffalo Trace bourbon barrels. The techniques and ingredients give this beer dark fruit notes, and complex salinity, with a warming finish.
Yukon Meadows (Peated)
2022 Yukon Meadows (Peated) was made using Two Brewers Whisky barrels which we secured thanks to our Market head brewer’s history in the Yukon. The base beer is the same recipe across all Meadows releases. The Whisky from these barrels was well-balanced and moderately peated. The peat in this beer is prominent, but not overpowering; it melds delightfully with the warming alcohol and rich roasty malt. We hope you like it.
2022 Yukon Meadows was made using Two Brewers Whisky barrels which we secured thanks to our Market head brewer’s history in the Yukon. The base beer is the same recipe across all Meadows releases. This beer is rich and chocolatey with gentle boozy warming finish. We hope you like it.
Extra Special Monk Ale
Light, pale malt showcases this freshly dry-hopped ale. Extra Special Monk displays a robust tropical hop profile amplified by a crisp, dry finish and surprisingly low bitterness. Enjoy this blast from the past while we make a few extra ales for summer.
Brandy Barrel-Aged Dark Lager — The brewing machine never stops in Blind Enthusiasm’s barrel room and Working Overtime is the delicious result of this process. A big dark lager was added to fresh Brandy barrels and aged for 20 months to create a smooth and boozy delight. Dark fruits and cherry cola notes are supported by a bright effervescence in this big, drinkable beer. We hope you like it.