Canada Day Craft Beer, Cider & Coolers

Celebrate Canada's birthday with some quality Canadian made beverages.

Oh Canada, you beautiful country. With your vast wilderness, waterways, wildlife and beer. This year, Canada Day celebrations across the country are going to be lit, so fire up the BBQ and stock the cooler with some of the best Canada has to offer.

Red Racer Across The Nation Collaboration Pack


What better way to celebrate Canada than a collaboration pack that brings together brewers from all across the country? Each province and territory is represented here (with the exception of Nunavut) and there’s enough variety that there’s sure to be something in the pack worth celebrating.

Salt Spring Wild Cider- Hopped Apricot


This cidery makes use of the wild apples that grow on Salt Spring Island and blends them with fruit from 100-year-old heritage trees and organic orchards. The Hopped Apricot uses Cascade hops, apricots, and organic apples, to make a Hefeweizen-esque style that will please both beer and cider fans.

Georgian Bay- Cranberry Gin Smash


The newest addition to the Georgian Bay canned cocktail lineup, the Cranberry Gin Smash is made with natural lemon, lime, and cranberry flavours, with a hint of coriander.

Muddler’s Moscow Mule


Finding a proper cocktail in a can is sometimes impossible, that’s why it’s refreshing to see a ready-to-drink, canned Moscow Mule made locally in Vancouver. It’s made with freshly pressed ginger, a hint of lime and – of course – vodka.

Brickworks Ciderhouse- Batch : 1904


This cider immediately brings visions of fresh orchard apples, lively citrus zest and a hint of spice. There’s just a touch of homemade apple pie filling that really makes this unique.

Truly Spiked & Sparkling- Colima Lime


Let’s face it, drinking can be a lot of calories; add that on to a BBQ celebration, and we’re talking a big day of indulgence. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Truly cocktails are only 100 calories and 1 gram of sugar, so it’s almost like you’re cheating!

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