Reine d'Hiver is a warm presence for colder weather. Here is our Dunkelweizen, a coppery brown, it manages to balance light flavors of malted chocolate with the tettnang hops as well as the subtle character of cloves and banana bread that the weizen yeast brings. It goes perfectly with cheese […]
Le Krampus Spiced Bock
It's the warm things that make us appreciate the cold: thick wool, a crackling fire...It's the cozy comfort that gives us our love for the long dark season. In the past, short cold days brought us terrifying tales of monsters and wickedness, told with laughter, but mostly around a […]
This Märzen is the toast of the season at Cardinal Brewing's annual Oktoberfest music festival. The rich German malt aroma and flavor of this amber lager is balanced by the clean bitterness of peppery Tetnanger hops and a smooth, creamy taste. Goes well with meats or […]
The Kölsch style was developed in the 1800s in Cologne as an alternative to the bottom-fermenting lagers taking over the brewing industry in Germany. Best consumed fresh, this lagered ale offers subtle malt and hop aromas reminiscent of honey and pear, with light citrus notes. The name, Naked, plays on the stripped down flavours of this authentic-tasting example of the style.
Golden Square Mile blonde ale
Based on a local Montreal recipe from the 1930s, this golden ale offers subtle floral aromas, along with hints of citrus, pear, and peach. Lightly hopped with Styrian Golding, Brewer’s Gold, and East Kent Golding hops, Golden Square Mile reflects the tasteful opulence of its namesake neighbourhood
Camp Norway NEIPA
Mixing east coast and Norwegian brewing styles, our Camp Norway NEIPA is a hazy fruit explosion made with Citra and Galaxy hops, and fermented with Norwegian Kveik yeast. A robust and cleanly fermenting yeast, Kveik supercharges the beer’s fruity flavour, leaving you with a full-bodied, delicious glass of sunshine.
Bittered with English Northern Brewer and Challenger hops, Flagship English Special Bitter (ESB) is a golden coloured pale ale, topped by clouds of creamy-white foam. With a somewhat sweet maltiness, and the cookie/biscuit and jam-like aromas of a true British ale, Flagship is made in the style of a traditional pub ale.