Co-op Premium Selections:

Available in 6 &15 can packs

Co-op Pilsner

ABV: 5.0%
Color: Light Golden
Key Ingredients:English Golding, Galena and Czech Saaz hops; 2-row pale, Vienna, and Munich malt

Czech pilsner is one of the most-loved beers around the world, and we’ll hedge a bet that ours is pretty darn near the top of the pile. A smooth mouthfeel and medium carbonation makes this a versatile and refreshing pilsner. Balanced by a sweet malt, its subtle hop bitterness carries a floral and earthy aroma on the nose.

Co-op Lager

ABV: 5%
Colour: Pale golden yellow
Key Ingredients: 100% Alberta-grown malted barley; Nugget and Willamette hops

While beer snobs and the drinking elite have only recently started to warm up to lagers, we’ve been brewing a premium craft lager for some time now. Co-op Lager is clean and crisp, with sweet malt and a hint of bitter hops. It is light-bodied, with medium carbonation and all the great taste you’d expect from a quality lager.

Co-op Light Lager

ABV: 4%
Colour: Pale golden yellow
Key Ingredients: 100% Alberta-grown malted barley; Nugget and Willamette hops

Once reserved for people on a diet and Americans, light beer is experiencing a renaissance and craft offerings are becoming more popular. Light on calories but big on taste, Co-op Light Lager is true to its name: a lighter version of our well-loved Lager. Clean, crisp, and perfectly carbonated—this is no ordinary light beer.

Co-op Classic Selections:

Available in 6 can packs

Co-op IPA

ABV: 4.9%
Colour: Golden amber
Key Ingredients: Pale and caramel malts; Cascade hops

Whether you’re a hipster, someone who denies being a hipster, or just an average Joe or Jane, this approachable IPA is bursting with flavour. It has all the same malt and citrusy hop notes as Pacific Northwest IPA, but is a bit lighter, featuring medium mouthfeel and carbonation with subtle bite. It’s quaffable, easy-drinking, and made with beer lovers in mind.

Co-op Red Ale

ABV: 5.5%
Colour: Deep amber with flashes of copper
Key Ingredients: Two varieties of hops; pale and caramel malts

This is IPA’s cousin who went to art school and spent a year abroad. Red Ale is gaining traction in the world of craft beer, and for good reason. This medium-bodied ale features a fusion of pale and sweet caramel malts with a medium, creamy carbonation and mild hop bitterness.