9 Mile Ale is our tried and true English-style pale ale. Winner of the 2019 CBAC Gold Medal in the English Pale Ale style category.
Brewed with a focus on balance between malt and hops and is meant to be enjoyed with family, friends and good neighbours.
#999 is an Imperial Pilsner and pours clear, with a pale straw colour and creamy white head. With the famed aromas of Saaz hops offering up subtle but distinct notes of white grape and spice, this strong and crisp beer starts with a light cracker flavour, a touch of sweetness, and gentle warming on the palette.
Farmer. Soldier. Neighbour. Friend.
We all wear different hats from time to time.
Angus Stout is inspired by our Head Brewer's Grandpa Angus. An oatmeal stout with an edge - suitable for whatever hat your are wearing!
Our Anniversary Ale is brewed once a year to celebrate our birthday!
The beer is a funny one - we call it a Biere de Garde but it definitely blurs style guidelines. Some vintages are more like a Belgian dubbel - very sweet and malty. Others are classic Biere de Garde, with a nice tartness that lingers on the back end.
Part of our Nano Collab series of brewing with local partners to create new and interesting products. This 60 shilling beer was brewed with the help of Casey from the Yard & Flagon to celebrate Robbie Burns Day.
This 60 shilling beer can be enjoyed in our taproom or at one of our favourite pubs, the Yard & Flagon.
Our Blade City Beer pays tribute to the long legacy of the Saskatoon Blades, a legacy which extends to the early days of the downtown Saskatoon Arena to our current winning hockey team.
An easy-drinking, pre-prohibition cream ale we made with the Saskatoon Blades. Perfect for those shinny games on the pond.
Eagles and Bulldogs is named after a couple of White Mud Hockey League rivals - the Abbey Eagles and the Cabri Bulldogs.
This hazy, orange beer is chasing that current hazy, late hop trend - very juicy but not too chewy or latently bitter. Expect big notes of tangelo, mandarin, and grapefruit in this summertime quencher.
“This is an old favourite – Very dark with sweet notes of honey, dark fruit, cocoa and chocolate. All balanced with a nice bitterness on the back end. The perfect beer for a cold winter night.” – GP
We have brewed this beer every year since we opened in 2015. Once a year. Special bottles. That's it.
Holiday Cheer is our annual Christmas release, a Belgian strong ale brewed with vanilla and cinnamon. Sure to bring the holiday cheer whenever you might drink it!
This late-hop beer was fermented with a German ale yeast - boasting the best of both worlds between a wheat beer and a late-hopped beer.
Showcasing fruity notes of passion fruit, mango, and citrus, this little diddy pours a bit hazy and ends slightly bitter. Certainly best served on a patio while you bake in the sun!
Hybrid Vigour is the result of high-quality malts and non-traditional approach to a classic style.
In this beer, our brewing team showcases a delightful Vienna malt base from Makers Malt in Rosthern, SK and turns it on its ear - we take the German Märzen style (traditionally a lager) and ferment it with American Ale yeast.
Developed with the North Saskatchewan Light Infantry Regiment, this beer was originally released to commemorate their time serving in Afghanistan. While there, much of their time spent with locals would involve drinking "chai". This beer is released annually for Remembrance Day in limited quantities.
This beer is part of a series of beers showcasing a different combination of crop trial malt from Maker's and hops from JGL Shepherd Farms. Part one of four introduces Galena Single Hop - showcasing CDC Copper malt and Crystal hops.
How do you keep on the SunnySide? Our Berliner Weiss can help!
A light, sour beer with citrus notes and a tart refreshing finish - basically a radler minus the fruit juice. Homegrown Saskatchewan optimism in a can!
International Women's Day Collaboration Brew Day is a global event that celebrates women in the beer industry and homebrewing communities.
This collaboration beer intertwines blueberries, lavender, orange peel, and vanilla. On the surface these are very different, but result in a complex beer that is anything but menacing.
Longview Pilsner is a classic Czech-style Pilsner, sprung from our long-standing relationship with Syngenta Canada and based on a pilsner malt version of their Synergy barley.
When life throws us curveballs in Saskatchewan, we take a Longview!
Brewed annually in partnership with Wild About Saskatoon for the Nature City Festival, this beer's recipe is designed around the natural water profile of Saskatoon.
With a light aroma of citrus, grass and fruit, this beer is easy to drink and pairs well with backyard patios or anywhere you can enjoy the sun!
SW Sask grows the best durum in the world and we're proud to use it in this beer. We are thrilled to partner with SWT in creating this German-style wheat beer.
Pouring golden with a slightly hazy appearance, the use of durum and malted wheat create a uniquely smooth mouthfeel.. Overall results? A perfect springtime ale!
The OC Collab started as a collaboration with our good neighbours at Odd Couple Restaurant (located across the street on 20th Street W, Saskatoon).
Appearance is golden. Aroma has notes of lemongrass and ginger, with ginger more present in the body and the slow heat of Szechuan pepper building on the back end.
This is a traditional Irish red ale that we brew in anticipation for every St. Patrick's Day in honour of our good friend, Oscar Ryan. Oscar worked with us to get the flagship location up and running and then moved back to Ireland!
Appearance is dark ruby and prominent, rich malt tones are present throughout.
Straight Cut Sour is a dry-hopped sour beer, created using a quick kettle souring process, much like a straight cut header on a combine speeds up the process of harvest.
Aroma and flavour have notes of tart stone fruit. Appearance is straw coloured.
Part of our Single Hop Series of beer - This brew showcases JGL Triple Pearl hops and a new barley variety called Fraser (developed by SeCan). Barley was malted at Maker’s Malt with some other croptrial varieties.