West Coast Session IPA
We took our West Coast IPA recipe and toned down the ABV but kept the hops the same. Like the WCIPA, it’s one of our hoppiest beers yet but still well balanced and refreshing. Columbus to bitter then Citra, Amarillo and Centennial to create a juicy, tropical (and even a bit dank) hop bomb. It’s delicious and complex with a malty sweetness that compliments and balances the hop aromas and a low to moderate hop bitterness. This session ale will appeal to hop heads and craft beer drinkers across the board while providing a great refreshing drink for the summer patio. It’s a 5% ABV beer and 35 IBU.
Pucker up and say ahhhhh! Refreshing and tart, this extremely approachable sour beer will quench your thirst on a hot summer day like a big o’ glass of lemonade! There’s a slight citrus and sour aroma on this beer with a crisp, tart and slightly grainy finish. Hop flavour and bitterness is muted, but slightly citrusy. And it’s a light beer, coming in at just 3.9%. IBU is 15.
A perfect summer treat. This lightly hopped, easy drinking ale is clean and refreshing. The subtle citrusy and earthy hop aromas give way to a balancing malt flavour that has a surprisingly satisfying mouth feel for such a light beer. The balancing bitterness in the crisp finish is hardly noticeable at just 15 IBU. And at just 4.2% ABV, this is a great patio sipper for our hot summer days.
This is our easiest drinking beer. It’s name honours our roots in downtown Regina located right on Scarth St. With a sweet, almost honey-like malt backbone and mild bitterness, this clear, clean and dry finishing beer will appeal to all beer drinkers. ABV 5%
This is a wonderfully hazy wheat beer with a big juicy American citrus and piney hop profile and character and a slight bitterness in the finish. An ABV of 5.5%
This a rich, flavourful stout that’s a cross between an American stout and an Irish stout. A medium bodied beer with just the right amount of chocolate. Great on a cold winter night or pair it with s’mores around the campfire in the summer. ABV of 5.2%
This is a good entry level craft brew for macro beer drinkers that should appeal to most craft beer aficionados too! Malt sweetness upfront accompanies a moderate hop bitterness in the dry finish. American hops are present but subtle, with a piney and spicy note on the nose. Spice and graininess come through on the palette reminiscent of a pilsner. ABV is 5%
We took our Red IPA recipe, upped the caramel malt character a touch and backed off on the hops all while retaining some of the finishing bitterness for balance. This is dark red coloured amber ale that should appeal to those of you who like flavourful beer with some complexity. Have it with your favourite pizza, wings or even dessert. ABV 5%