Discover our selection of local and international beer.
Looking for something specific? Now’s your chance to ask one of our sommeliers! We’ll let you know if we carry what you’re looking for. In the (very) rare chance we don’t, we can suggest alternatives.Product Questions
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
Sierra Nevada Pale Ale
The American Pale Ale beer style, goes hand in hand with one of the first pioneers of the North American Craft brewery revolution - The Sierra Nevada Brewing Company. Ken Grossman’s pale ale creation from 1980 is one the most emulated beer styles in North America today, and many of our Calgary craft brewers have created fine offerings. The grapefruit, passionfruit and citrus hop notes along with balanced malt flavors make this beer one of my summer favourites, memories of childhood are brought back from the smell of passionfruit, reminding me of the plunder of my Grandfathers’ vines to pitch the perfectly ripe missiles against the side of his house. Today I far prefer the Sierra Pale’s foaming froth over my Grandfathers foaming wrath.
Great carbonation and flavors act as a perfect palate scrub when enjoying this beer with your favourite burger. Cheers!
Some folks make Sunday dinner. For Adam Nachbaur, his weekend tradition has been making Sunday beer.
It’s kind of hard to imagine today, with a computer in every pocket, but back when Canada was still a baby, the railroad was Canada’s lifeline.
When Uncommon Cider set out to make an Alberta-centric cider they knew they wanted to be unique, and keep their focus on western Canadian ingredients.