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Cabin Brewing Berry Cherry Creamsicle Sour (6% abv) 4 Pack 473 ml

Good beers and good times? There are none finer than the awesome folks at Field House Brewing. They do love a good creamsicle sour, so we joined the party with this sweet-tart collaboration brew with our BC friends to celebrate the Canadian Brewing Awards in Calgary. Berry Cherry Creamsicle Sour is an easy drinking, fruit-saturated sour ale so outrageously hued it’ll have others in the bar saying “I’ll have what they’re having”. An unfathomable amount of blueberry, blackberry, strawberry and cherry was added to the fermenter, along with lactose sugar and vanilla, making it thick, vibrant and wonderfully aromatic. Think of a sticky jam donut with a citrus glaze and you get the picture.

Dry-Hopped Kettle Sour (The Final Test Batch) – Blindman Brewing 4 pack 473 ml Cans

Our final test batch before this we settle on a permanent hop blend. A tart, dry wheat beer with hints of tropical fruit and hops.

Four Winds Brewing Co. – Nectarous Dry Hopped Sour Ale (5.5% abv) 4 pack 473 ml cans

Four Winds Brewing feels this is one of the best examples of a mixed culture, American style sour ale in Canada. This is their most award winning beer, bringing home” Beer of the year” in Canada 2016 and various silver and gold medals at the Canadian Brewing awards over the years. In pursuit of sour, complex acidity balanced by tropical fruit esters, gives way to a clean, tart finish.

 

Lavender Sour – Moody Ales (4.9% abv) 4 pack 473 ml cans

Co-fermented with ale yeast and lactobacillus plantarum for a clean profile and soft yet lemonade-like sourness. Aged on local hand-screened lavender flowers from Windward Lavender Farm in Chilliwack.

Nicely tart with a big lavender aroma and light lavender spiciness in the finish. Drinks like a lavender lemonade and soothes like aromatherapy.

Railyard Brewing Peach Sour (5.2% abv) 4 pack 473 ml

Peach Sour is described as an easy drinking sour with just enough peach citrus and some lactose to make it seem like you’re drinking a sour candy.

Spectrum Beer Company “Hot Pink Lemonade Sour” (5% abv) 6 pack 355 ml cans

A light and refreshing introduction to sour beer. The Lemondrop hops and fresh lemons provide a delicious tartness that’s balanced by the addition of fresh raspberry juice.

Spectrum Beer Company Margarita Gose (5% abv) 6 pack 355ml cans

All the refreshing flavour of a classic margarita, without the nasty rum hangover. Brewed with fresh lime juice, salt and a little Belgian candied sugar (to replace the simple syrup in the cocktail), Margarita Gose is light, crisp and refreshing enough to remind you that, oh yeah, it’s time to book another Mexican vacation.

The Establishment Sweet Leaf Sour with Apricots and Bergamot (5.6% abv) 4 Pack 473 ml

Alright now! Won’t you listen? The kettle’s been on, so pop your pinky and pour yourself some of this deeply delicious, bergamot and apricot steeped sour. While it’s not tea, it would no doubt tempt Earl Grey himself! After all, it’s bergamot oil that gives his namesake tea its signature fragrance.

Bergamot is a citrus believed to be the product of cross-pollination of lemon and bitter orange, while this sweet beer is the fruitful outpouring of our work with Made by Marcus.

And we’re happy to report that this collaboration will turn a second leaf in the form of an icy-cool treat that’ll be available in pints of its own in the near future. So, wet your whistle in the now with this Sweet Leaf and get ready to pamper your slightly more mature palate with their tasty take on apricot and bergamot. And that’s the tea. Come on now, try it out.