Beer of the Month: Mt. Begbie Brave Liver Scotch Ale

Sometimes we feel like we talk about Mt. Begbie a little too much, but then realize that they¬†still aren’t well known enough, so we keep singing their praises. Based out of Revelstoke, BC, Mt. Begbie is one of those breweries that has been producing exceptionally good beer for years, and yet somehow have stayed under […]

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Is Corn Syrup in Beer a Bad Thing?

So the biggest news coming out of the Superbowl today is a debate over a commercial that provoked some serious backlash. If you haven’t seen it already, Bud Light ran a campaign poking fun at both Miller Light and Coors Light for their use of corn syrup in their beer. Here’s the ad: Now is […]

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2019 Craft Beer Predictions

Beer is big business in Canada. Over the last few years hundreds of craft breweries are now in operation, and consumers are demanding more and more from them. As the industry continues to evolve, there are some trends to watch out for. We’ve pulled together a list of what we think consumers can expect from […]

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Our 2018 Craft Beer Predictions Scorecard

At the beginning of the year, we published an article with some of our predictions for what would happen with craft beer in 2018. So now that the year is nearly done, let’s look back and see how we did. 1. Bring on the Gueuze (Wrong) Sadly we were wrong on this one, I think […]

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A Defense of Kettle Sour Beer

I am not a fan of kettle sour beer, let’s start with that. I find the vast majority of kettle sours just aren’t appealing to my taste buds, and there’s something about lacto yeast that I can’t get behind. There are of course exceptions to the rule, but for the most part you won’t see […]

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