Oldman River Brewing is putting Lundbreck on the map.
A trip to Nova Scotia isn’t complete without Nova Scotia craft beer.
A trip to Banff is even nicer when there’s beer involved.
There is a better reason to stop in Lacombe than avoiding a terrible Tim Hortons.
Watching the American election calls for a strong drink, and this Belgian Dark Strong Ale is exactly that.
In the name of science I put my pumpkin prejudice aside and sampled a couple of this year’s fall favourite.
My sister brought me an Uncle Leo’s Brewery care package from Nova Scotia to Alberta. I guess she’s an okay sister.
I took King Puck home from Ireland in a suitcase. I guess that’s one way to get a goat across borders.
I went to the woods because I wished to drink deliberately.
When I grabbed a bottle of Kiss Yer Cousin, I wasn’t sure what to expect. I am happy to announce after drinking it, I have not kissed any of my cousins.
A four-course meal with Belgian beer pairings? Um, yes please!
I spent time with a wee Angry Scotch Ale and I couldn’t be happier.