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Red Ale 
Stylistically positioned between a German Alt Beer and the Oktoberfest, our red ale is copper red in colour. It has a pronounced crisp, malty character, with delicate hop bitterness and a pleasing floral aroma. Folks often say it is similar to Rickard’s Red Blessed with all of these thirst quenching attributes, this beer is sure to please!

Bitterness: 18 IBU
Malts: Pale, Crystal, Vienna, Chocolate
OG: 1.050-1.052
Color: Ruby Red to Copper
Hops: Centennial for bittering and cascade for aroma
Serving Temp.: 12˚C / 54˚F


India Pale Ale 
India Pale Ale was developed in England during their colonization of India. The civilians and soldiers living there had no access to beer of their own, as tempertaures on the sub continent were constantly too warm for brewing. Attempts at shipping beer from England (usually the new ‘Pale’ ales that were becoming so popular) were foiled by the rocking of the waves and the high temperatures in the ships hulls, which spoiled the beer long before it reached its destination. Back in London, a brewer named George Hodgson began brewing beer for export to India. The beer was brewed with a higher alcohol level, and higher hopping rates to preserve the beer on its journey. The beer was a success in India, and “IPA” as it came to be known, caught on in England as well and a new beer style was born!

Our India Pale Ale has a copper/golden colour with a slightly higher starting gravity and hop rates than our regular Pale Ale with medium aroma hops.

Bitterness: 50 IBU
Malts: Pale, Munich, Cara-pils, Carastan
OG: 1.051-1.053
Color: Dark Golden to Copper
Hops: Centennial for bittering and Goldings for aroma
Serving Temp.: 13˚C / 55˚F

Premium Lager 
A relative newcomer, lager became common in the 19th century. Now it’s the most popular beer around. This favourite is a refreshing, straw-coloured lager with a subtle aroma.

Bitterness: 8 IBU
Malts: Pale, Flaked Rice
OG: 1.044
Color: Straw to Golden
Hops: Centennial for bittering and aroma
Serving Temp.: 7˚C / 45˚F


Munich Dark Lager 
Since the mid-19th century this dark beer has been brewed in the Bavarian city of Munich. Our version is characterized by a delicate sweet maltiness and a toasted nutty flavour. An easy drinking beer, which makes a great introduction into the world of darker brews.

Bitterness: 20 IBU
Malts: Pale, Munich, Crystal Wheat, Chocolate
OG: 1.055
Color: Dark Brown
Hops: Perle for bittering and aroma
Serving Temp.: 9˚C / 48˚F

Mexican Cerveza 
Modelled after the classic beers of Mexico! Light-bodied, crisp and clean. Drop in a wedge of lime and let our Cerveza take you to a white sand beach overlooking the Pacific… Don’t forget the sunblock! Crisp and refreshing. The finish is dry and the hop profile has the same distinct aroma as that famous clear bottled Mexican brew.

Bitterness: 10 IBU
Malts: Pale, Flaked Rice
OG: 1.044
Color: Straw to Golden
Hops: Cluster for bittering and aroma
Serving Temp.: 7˚C / 45˚F

The original pilsner was brewed in the Czech Republic in 1842. Now, as then it is known for its generous use of hops. Our medium-bodied, golden pilsner is a clean, satisfying beer.

Bitterness: 35 IBU
Malts: Pale, Cara-pils
OG: 1.052
Color: Pale to Golden
Hops: Perle, Hallertau, Saaz
Serving Temp.: 9˚C / 48˚F

Pale Ale 
A beer with roots in the English Midlands, pale ale dates back as far as 1870. Today it is copied worldwide. Our version is crisp, amber-coloured and aromatic.

Bitterness: 30 IBU
Malts: Pale, Crystal, Honey, Carastan
OG: 1.050
Color: Amber
Hops: Northern Brewer for bittering and Cascade for aroma
Serving Temp.: 12˚C / 54˚F

Brewed since at least 1820, stout is Ireland’s gift to beer lovers. Ours is dark and rich, with a bold roasted flavor, hint of chocolate and espresso-like finish. So smooth, you’ll enjoy having more than one.

Bitterness: 30 IBU
Malts: Pale, Roasted Barley, Flaked Barley, Black, Crystal
OG: 1.044
Color: Black opaque
Hops: Northern Brewer for bittering and aroma
Serving Temp.: 13˚C / 55˚F