Charming or Tedious

Charming or Tedious

Maple Wee Heavy Strong Beer 7.3% A Wee Heavy is an example of a Scotch Ale (not to be confused with a Scottish Ale, which is different). The beer is very malt forward, comprised of six different malted grains, including some peated malt for a delightful smoky...
Land of the Tree

Land of the Tree

Spruce Tip APA 5.9% This past spring was a bumper crop for spruce tips in the Yukon.  We took advantage of that to make a spruce tip gin (Spring Forest) but we still had some left over. We froze them and pondered where and when they could best be used. With...
Gold Panner

Gold Panner

Golden Ale  5%  Gold Panner was originally released in 1998, and was our first dry-hopped brew, making it an ideal candidate for our 20th anniversary throwback beers. Easy effervescence and a balance of earthy and floral aroma play nicely with the radiant fragility of...
That Good Ship

That Good Ship

Baltic Porter  6.5%   Porter as a style of beer was developed in the UK in the 18th century, offering a stronger, hoppier version of sweet brown ales, and an alternative to pale ales. It got its name from its popularity with dock workers and porters, many of whom were...
The Birch Beaver is Back

The Birch Beaver is Back

It is hard to believe that one of our signature beers – our extremely unique Up The Creek Birch Sap Ale, is seeing its ninth iteration since it was devised in 2007. We are so fortunate to have access to Uncle Berwyn’s operation (find out more about what he...
And Where Did He Get That Banjo?

And Where Did He Get That Banjo?

Just about bang on a year ago, we made a roggenbier, and called it Rapscallion. We liked it a lot, so wanted to bring it back again, but the brewers decided to shake it up a bit. So, we did a bock version, paying homage to the original beer by naming...