Discover our selection of local and international beer.
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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
Leffe Blond Ale
Smooth, full bodied, lovely and rich with light bitterness and sweet aromatics, this is a wonderfully easy drinking brew from the Leffe Abbey in Belgium. The Abbey up to the 1950s had been left dormant, it’s days of famous brewing disrupted and halted by the aftermath of the French Revolution. Today Leffe Blonde can be found worldwide and is versatile pairing with a wide range of dishes. I recently enjoyed it with a medium spiced lamb curry. The carbonation and sweet notes were a perfect balance on the palate and an appreciated cleanser.
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