Beau’s: Beau’s FeBREWary Week 3: Dry Irish Stout on tap

February 14, 2019 This silky and sessionable black ale has interwoven coffee and chocolate flavours that suggest sweetness, but delivers a dry, toasty finish Beau’s Brewing Co. is releasing the third of five brand-new beers for feBREWary, its annual mid-winter craft beer celebration. The beer is Dry Irish Stout, a certified organic 4.1% black ale ... Read More

John Martin: The GORDON RAID: 2,000 km on a quad!

In the first week of February, the GORDON RAID celebrated its 10th anniversary by carrying out a trek in Senegal covering 2,000 km in 7 days.With its desert landscapes, large dunes of fine sand and green forests in the south, Senegal is a land of discovery with, on top of it all, extremely welcoming villagers.Just ... Read More

Coast Mountain Brewing: Love at First Flight

Love at First Flight This Valentine’s Day, bring a special someone to the tap house and enjoy all 8 of our delicious beers in two tasting flights for only $15. Sounds of Stache will be playing his tunes from 3:30-7:30pm so make sure to swing by after a day of work or riding! ... Read More

Oskar Blues Brewery: Pregaming WinterWonderGrass with The Sweet Lillies

The Sweet Lillies’ high-energy, melodic tunes have quickly captured the hearts of fans in Colorado and beyond. They stopped by the original Oskar Blues Grill & Brew in Lyons, CO, to talk about IPAs, upcoming collaborations and more. Peep The Sweet Lillies’ performance of “Weeping Willow.”Plus, catch them at WinterWonderGrass in Steamboat, goin’ down February ... Read More

Beau’s: Episode 9: Dave Bidini (Rheostatics, West End Phoenix), Rwanda update #2, Altbier, record collectors

February 12, 2019 Episode 9: Lagered Tales, presented by Beau’s. In our ninth episode of the Beau’s podcast, Canadian musician, author and publisher Dave Bidini discusses West End Phoenix, the monthly community newspaper for Toronto’s West End, and the importance of print journalism in the digital age; upcoming plans for Rheostatics, the Canadian indie rock ... Read More

Beau’s: After 4-year hiatus, Beau’s award-winning Altbier returns

February 12, 2019 Malty & crisp, Beau’s amber lagered ale coming this week to Ontario and Québec Beau’s Brewing Co. has announced an award-winning recipe making a return as a spring seasonal release in Ontario and Quebec: Altbier, an amber lagered ale. Malty and crisp, Altbier has roots in Dusseldorf, Germany, where it is the ... Read More

Alley Kat Brewery: EBGA’s Freeze Your Cask Off!

Edmonton Beer Geeks Anonymous’ Freeze Your Cask Off is back and posed the challenge to the breweries: create a cask ale that is winter-themed (and com’on. We are born with anti-freeze in our veins!) Our brewers came up with a little brew we like to call: The Kentucky Common! It is a pre-prohibition style of ... Read More

DuClaw Brewing Company: Pet-A-Palooza 2019

Join us at the Brewery for our 2nd annual ‘Pet-A-Palooza’ festival on Saturday, May 11th from 12noon-4pm to benefit Baltimore’s BARCS Animal Shelter. FREE ADMISSION! Food, Beer, Fun, and Games await you! EVENT DETAILS: • Special Pre-Release of our next Sour Ale, ‘Sour Me Carolina’, Dessert Stout, ‘Bourbon Barrel Aged Vietnamese Coffee’ & Double IPA, ... Read More

New Holland Brewing Company: “Another Legend Unfolds” Untappd Badge

There’s a new legend unfolding at New Holland Brewing. An experience that is both familiar and yet completely unexpected. The launch of Dragon’s Milk White has finally arrived. This full flavored white stout brings notes of vanilla, cocoa, coffee roast, and oak to the table, pulling many of the same awesome flavor notes that fans ... Read More

Oskar Blues Brewery: Pregaming WinterWonderGrass with The Lonesome Days

The Lonesome Days, a 5 piece, high energy, modern bluegrass ensemble from Denver, stopped by the original Oskar Blues Grill & Brew in Lyons, CO, to talk WinterWonderGrass, cold beer, and the local bluegrass scene. Peep The Lonesome Days’ performance of “Anthem For the Lonely” below. Plus, catch them at WinterWonderGrass in Steamboat, goin’ down February ... Read More