When brewing a West Coast DIPA, it’s all about the West Coast hops! Centennial, Cascade and Chinook are doing the heavy lifting here and the focus is on flavour and aroma, not just the face-melting bitterness! Try this with blue cheese!
With a creamy, sweet malt profile dangerously hiding big alcohol, the Abbey Dubbel is a perfect compliment for the coming winter season. Sit back, pour into a snifter and watch the snow roll in.
A darker kettle sour with high acidity and tartness, paired with dark fruit notes.
Our Belgian Blonde Is a crowdpleaser – perfect for the craft beer newbie that craves something familiar and the craft beer veteran that wants some complex Belgian yeast character in a refreshing ale. Check out the longneck in the taproom!
A wonderful collision of Pacific NW and Aussie hops, Rafiki Moja is a balanced and bold example of the IPA style. Contrary to popular belief, it is named for an old friend in Desolation Sound, rather than a cartoon monkey shaman.
Angus Stout is one of our oldest recipes. Named for Garrett’s Grandpa Angus, this is a reliable beer with an edge. Oats lend a nice silkiness and roasted barley provides a coffee-like finish. Enjoy with roasted meat or vanilla ice cream.
Originally brewed for the SJO "The Way The West Was Swung" jazz show, this is a showcase of delightful Vienna malt base, inspired by the German Märzen and fermented with American Ale yeast. This beer dances amongst style categories!
This is our first German Style Lager. Made with primarily German hops; Magnum and Huell Melon. The cold fermentation provides a clean slate for the malt and hops to show case their talents.
An experiment by our mad scientist Garrett, in tribute of Nuit Blanche 2015. Sister beer to Black Wit.
A votre santé! Saisons are a superb style that matches a tart, dry finish with peppery yeast notes. Saison Toupin is meant to be shared around a raucous dinner table with good friends and family. Pair with seafood, sausages or homemade chicken balls!
Our first collaboration with Odd Couple restaurant, this Asian-inspired golden ale is designed to quench the hot Saskatchewan summer.
This Biere de Garde is released every year in celebration of the anniversary of our opening - April 15, 2015. Available in 341 mL bottles, growler fills and by the glass.
A silky, complex stout with body, our Extra Stout is perfect for those cold winter nights.
Angus Stout infused with chocolate from Those Girls at the Market and vanilla. Purchase for your sweetie pie with handmade stout-infused chocolate hearts containing Three Foragers honey caramels.
An old fall favourite of 9 Mile Legacy, imagine pumpkin pie in a glass. Just be careful... this one can sneak up on you!
With our 80 shilling scotch ale, the malt profile of our beer is standing up for an extended solo. Kansas City comes through with the subtle addition of smoked malt. Inspired by the great Count Basie and brewed for the SJO.
A refreshing dance of unfiltered wheat, lemon and coriander, our lemon wit is the perfect refreshment for the dog days of summer.
Our brown ale finds that sweet spot between a malty English and a hoppy American. Expect notes of chocolate with a dry finish inviting at least one more pint! Pair with BBQ or ginger beef.
Our original take on a radlerbier - grapefruit juice and 9 Mile Ale combine to give a refreshing treat.
An experiment by our mad scientist Garrett, in tribute of Nuit Blanche 2015. Sister beer to White Stout.
A traditional North English Brown Ale brewed originaly brewed for Scruffbag Woodworks to commemorate the creation of our tap handles! It is a malty delight!
This is a collaboration beer with Thrive Juice Co., resulting in a citrus and mint summer delight!
We took our Belgian blonde and infused it with Saskatoon berry juice for the Saskatoon Farmers' Market Berry Fest
Brewed for La Troupe du Jour's season premiere - featuring the one woman play Ma Irma, this "Blood Beer" is a pale ale made with haskap berries from Tierra Del Sol. ***Actual blood not used in the making of this beer!!!***
This Red IPA prominently features stone fruit and caramel notes, derived from the copious amounts of crystal malt and Amarillo hops. Best enjoyed with a George Strait record during sunrise.
Brewed for the Saskatoon Jazz Orchestra “Peter and the Wolf” concert, this winter ale is inspired by Grandma’s Christmas pudding and is brewed with currants, cherries, raisings and a cacophony of winter spices. Perfect for the elf in your life!
Our second collaboration with Odd Couple restaurant, this Asian-inspired Belgian dark ale is designed to accent the colder Saskatchewan months.
Our take on an alcoholic version of the traditional Peruvian beverage, made with blue corn, pineapple, cinnamon, clove and citrus fruits. Launching at Flint Saloon for the Ole Denim 1 Year Anniversary.
When the weather drops below -30, you want a beer built to survive the cold Baltic Sea on the way to the Tsars.
Bootstrapper is a hazy, hop forward witbier brewed with SK red spring wheat and Mosaic hops. Brewed specifically for the "Build the Hill" campaign. $0.50 from each glass purchased will go to support the project. Let's Build the Hill!
Inspiration for this beer came from our good friend and co-worker Oscar. This Irish Red ale is all about the malt and smooth drinkability. The 9 Mile team was very happy to brew this beer with Oscar before he left home for Ireland.
Brewed for SJO's season premiere, this braggot has a full body and a light anise finish.
This Galaxy single hop beauty has a sweet honey malt and light crystal malt base. Brewed for the first time on the West Coast, when one of our founders first met his new bride.
An English-style best bitter brewed with Juliette cherries, this pint is reminiscent of freshly baked cherry pie!
A very fun collaboration with our friends in the south, the Milkshake IPA tastes like exactly that - come see what lactose, NE yeast and Centennial, Vic Secret, Enigma, and Mosaic can do!
This collaboration with Road Coffee Co. is inspired by our Head Brewer's love for lattes with 2 sugars. *contains lactose*
Originating in Cologne, Germany, this is lager/ale hybrid is a crisp, clean and very drinkable pale coloured beer. Traditionally served in long, thin but small glasses to ensure freshness!
A Belgian inspired ale brewed for the Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council as part of the Rubbish Dinner. This ale is created by using ingredients that would otherwise be tossed in the trash.
Saison Toupin infused with limes and piquante chilis
Brewed for SJO’s “Prairie Fire” performance, this is a beer that had a free-ride fermentation by using Belgian yeast and will have a fairly big flavour profile with Galaxy hops used. Expect a bold and badass style, not unlike the show!
A classic style from England, mild ale is typically low alcohol with a good malt base and built for any lengthy session with friends. At 3.2%, you can have a couple of pints without being too wobbly!
A light malt profile, using red wheat and flaked barley to increase the body and balance the delicate hop aromas of strawberry, melon, banana and spice! This is the perfect beer for sunshine and patios!
Single hop India Pale Ale made with Galaxy hops and a Belgian yeast.
Belgian Strong Ale intertwined with Saskatchewan-grown plums and lightly spiced with vanilla beans and cinnamon.
Things that are linked together - The theme for the Nature City Festival 2018. This pale ale is made with 100% Saskatchewan barley (Maker's Malt) and hops (JGL Shepherd Farms). Grown here, brewed here and enjoyed here!
9 Mile Ale is our tried and true English-style pale ale. Goldings hops and prairie malt combine to make an ale that is eminently quaffable. Enjoy with fish and chips or just on its own! Plan for a few…
A soured beer, finished with coriander and light sea salt, that originates from the German town of Goslar.
Imagine a Belgian Wit and a West Coast IPA fall in love and make a beautiful baby. Bocephus is a delicious fusion of beer styles, combining orange peel and coriander with citrusy Chinook hops. Pairs perfectly with spicy Mexican or Asian cuisine.
Made with dark roasted coffee from Road Coffee Co., this coffee porter is the second release in our 2016 Anniversary Celebration Series.
Made with rhubarb juice from Living Sky Winery, this is the first release of our 2016 Anniversary Celebration Series.
Brewed in collaboration with Elkridge Resort for their inaugral Brewmaster's Dinner (2016), this pale ale features handpicked spruce tips from the Resort and wild blueberries from Northern Saskatchewan.
A special release for the Light Infantry Soldiers of Northern Saskatchewan. Iron Sight is inspired by the camaraderie between soldiers and was brewed to honour their distinguished service in Afghanistan.
Quite possibly the most unique beer in our repertoire, lady Ella is Aussie through and through. Galaxy and Ella hops remind one of tropical paradise with maraschino cherry and passion fruit notes. Get her when she’s fresh and pair with a meat pie.
Extra Special Bitter or Strong Bitter - This style is all about balance! Traditional East Kent Golding Hops provide a firm bitterness and Maker's malt balances it all out.
Straight Cut is created using a quick kettle souring process, much like a straight cut header on a combine speeds up the process of harvest. Lemon, Lime, Tropical fruit flavours make this a great thirst quencher.
No. 229 Pale Ale - Refers to our Rural Municipality No. and coincidently is our building No. To pay homage to both we have created this Late Hop Pale Ale - get ready for a big blast of citrus, pine, grapfruit, spice and herb aromas.
Our Fresh Hop Pale Ale is made with Cascade and Centennial hops, straight of the bine from JGL Shepherd Farms. Only to be brewed once a year...get it while its fresh!
SCBA Collaboration - Brewed with pale malt from Maker's Malt and Hallertau Blanc hops from Northwest Hop Farms
Saison translates to Season. This ale is fermented warm and dry hopped with Enigma hops. The expressive yeast and hops create notes of clove, spice, tropical fruit and citrus.
A very limited selection of rotating styles. Come in to find out!
Brewed with 100% Makers malt this is a nice light pale ale with a gentile hop prifile. The light hop additions let the Makers Malt shine through this crisp straw colored ale. We are proud to feature the first run of malt through Makers new facility!
A sour ale created using the kettle souring process. Lactic acid producing bacteria combined with the wheat beer yeast produces a nice fruity citric tartness.
Brewed with Prairie Malt barley and 2kg of hops from our friend Patrick's backyard (specific variety unknown), this is a truly Saskatchewan beer. The hops were picked and added to the brew within 24 hours.
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