Our Beer

Blonde Ale

ABV  4.3%   IBU  15

Clean, light, and subtle. This balanced blonde is perfect for your hot sunny day on the golf course, or a backyard BBQ with friends.

Amber Ale

ABV  5.0%   IBU  20

A traditional amber ale, with rich maltiness, notes of caramel & dates, and finished with clean English yeast.


5% ABV 35 IBU

We loaded this beer to the brim with
boysenberries, blueberries and
blackberries, giving this tart sour jam-
like aromatics followed by complex,
bright and juicy fruit flavours!


5% ABV 35 IBU

This beer is a slightly tart sour, with
added raspberries and hibiscus to make
this an ever refreshing beer, popping
with tart red fruit flavours!

West Coast IPA

ABV  6.5%   IBU  70

This classic style IPA is bold and loaded
with hops containing a bursting citrus
and pine character.

Hazy IPA

ABV  6.0%   IBU  30

This IPA packs a punch with silky
smooth body and low bitterness for
easy drinking.


ABV  5.5%   IBU  30

This dark ale gets its layers of chocolate and coffee
and its colour from the generous amount of
chocolate malt added during the brewing process.


5.5% ABV 25 IBU

Nutty, biscuit, toffee character with underlying chocolate notes. Plus some earthiness and a floral character are present from the traditional English hops that were used.


5.6% ABV 24 IBU

Brewed with freshly roasted coffee, this
beer is smooth and easy to drink with a
light, creamy espresso taste. Enjoy the
mesmerizing cascading effect of this beer
being finished off with nitrogen.

Our 6-Packs are ready!

Head to our beer and merchandise page to snag a 6-pack of Blonde Ale, Amber Ale, Hazy IPA, Dry Hopped Sour, Gingerbread Ale, Nitro Coffee Stout, or mixer pack.

Our Most Asked Question: What is ABV, IBU, and hops?

We’ve broken it down for you below!

ABV – Measurement of Alcohol by Volume

ABV is used to measure the alcohol content in your beverage. Beers typically fall between 3.0 to 13.0 ABV. The ABV is determined by taking before and after measurements of your sugar solutions. 

IBU – International Bitter Unit

IBU is the gauge of a beer’s bitterness and measures the parts per million of isohumuloneIsohumulone is the acid found in hops that gives beer its bitter bite. So the higher the IBU the more bitterness and vice versa. One thing to note is that other flavours added to the beer throughout the process can mask the intensity of the bitterness.

Hops – Flowers of the Female Hop Plant

Hops are the raw material that provdes the isohumulone. They are used during the brewing process to add bitterness, flavour and aroma compounds to your beer. They also have anti-bacterial properties to help preserve the beer.  

Questions about our Beer? Email our team!