Halo Brewery launches System Overload

Halo Brewery, based on Wallace Avenue in Toronto, has unveiled ‘System Overload’, an 8% Imperial IPA. The beer is nearly entirely dry-hopped, bar a small...

Merit Brewing outlines flagship beers ahead of launch

Merit Brewing, based in Hamilton, Ontario, has outlined a trio of flagship beers that will be available when it opens its doors in summer...

Best Red X malt integral to new Stone Brewing Co ‘Pataskala...

The beer uses Mosaic, Amarillo and Cascade hops to provide this red IPA with an 'upfront fruity and piney aroma, transcending into stone fruit...

The Collingwood Brewery rolls out 2016 Vintage Ale

Collingwood, Ontario-based The Collingwood Brewery has released the latest iteration of its Vintage Ale. The 6.9% beer features Beaver Valley Gold honey and Cascade and...

The Exchange Brewery + Golden Ale available in LCBO

The latest release from The Exchange Brewery, + Golden Ale, is now available at LCBO stores. It’s a Belgian Strong Golden Ale fermented with the...

Bandit Brewery to launch four new beers as part of Oktoberfest

Bandit Brewery, located in the heart of Roncesvalles, will kick-off Oktoberfest with a party on 1 October. The 10bbl brewery is launching four new beers,...

Nickel Brook beers hit Beer Store locations

Burlington, Ontario-based Nickel Brook has announced that thee of its core brands are now available in Beer Stores across the province. 473ml cans of Naughty...

Molson Coors Canada launches 1908 Historic Pale Ale

The beer, a limited release available in 625ml and 341ml bottles, is brewed from a recipe found in the company's archives and is the...

Mill Street releases Harvest sampler

Mill Street has launched its latest Harvest sampler pack and has also revived its popular ‘Vanilla Porter’. The Harvest pack comprises three beers. ‘Oktoberfest Style’...

Yukon Brewing launches Gold Panner

Yukon Brewing, the brainchild of owners Alan Hansen and Bob Baxter, have launched Gold Panner. The 5% ale is the latest release in a 12...
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