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MASH YOUR OWN MARCH: STARTING A HOME BREW

MASH YOUR OWN MARCH: STARTING A HOME BREW

So you fancy yourself a craft beer connoisseur. You’ve sampled a wide range of beers from Edmonton’s local breweries, and around the world. You know the difference between an English and Indian Pale Ale, and you wouldn’t be caught dead drinking a Lucky Lager. All in all, your craft beer knowledge is pretty good, but there’s always room for improvement. So where do you go from here?

HOPPY NEW BEER! 🍻🎉

HOPPY NEW BEER! 🍻🎉
2018 is officially here! It’s a new year full of promise, excitement, and at least a few failed New Year’s resolutions. It’s also a very exciting year for the Edmonton craft brewing industry, where a whole slew of new breweries are opening up around our city. Here’s a quick look at some of the new brewhouses to look forward to in the upcoming year.

A STOUT FOR THE HOLIDAYS!

A STOUT FOR THE HOLIDAYS!
In the world of stouts, Guinness is probably the most well known. The Irish beer is thick and heavy, and a perfect drink for those cold winter nig...

THE SCOOP ON SOURS!

THE SCOOP ON SOURS!
If you’ve been paying attention to the Alberta beer scene lately, you might have noticed a “new” style of beer creeping its way into popularity—Sour Beers. In Calgary, Dandy Brewinghas a sour for every season and Wild Rose Brewery has the Cowbell Kettle Sour. In Edmonton, Situation Brewing has the WTF Blood Orange. And in Lacombe, Blindman Brewing has a range of kettle sours as well as barrel-aged sours. They’re distinct, fruity beers with a unique tartness—but what exactly goes into making a sour beer?