New Releases

Posted December 1, 2017

Celebrate December with these new weekend beers

Brock St Brewing’s Munich Dunkel Lager is out at the Whitby breery in 473ml cans.

Baby Larry mini IPA made with Motueka hops is available for growler fills at Barncat Artisan Ales in Cambridge.

Great Lakes Brewery is selling a limited quantity of 355ml cans of Canuck Pale Ale beginning today through the Toronto brewery at $9 for a 4-pack.

Saulter Street Brewery in Toronto has introduced a Belgian-style Pale Ale.

Danker’s Paradise Double IPA is back at Rouge River Brewing in Markham – brewed with Simcoe and Mosiac lupulin powder plus Citra hops and Foggy London Ale yeast, oats and wheat.

Smooth Maneuvers is a New England-style IPA from Collective Arts in collaboration with US brewers Thin Man Brewery in Buffalo and Sloop Brewing Co. in Elizaville. It’s out Saturday at the Hamilton brewery in 473ml cans.

Burlington’s Nickel Brook Brewing has launched the Mystery Pack – a four-pack of undisclosed beers donning only the ABV. Consumers are invited to vote on their favourites – A, B, C, and D – the winning beer launches Spring 2018 at the LCBO. Available now at the brewery.

Anderson Craft Ales launches their seasonal Winter beer on Saturday at the London brewery.

Circuit Breaker Session Saison is new from Grain & Grit Brewing in Hamilton – grab it in 355ml cans.

Hop Bae Hazy IPA is out from Brothers Brewing X Indie Ale House – available at the Guelph brewery.

Brantford’s Bell City Brewing has launched Salted Caramel & Peanut Butter Brown Ale – on draught, and in growlers and bottles now.

A Wee Bit Too Heavy Wee Heavy Christmas Ale is out in 750ml bottles from Upper Thames Brewing in Woodstock.

Krausen Mild Bitter is available now from Bitte Schön Brauhaus in New Hamburg.

Returning to Forked River Brewing in London is Liquid Schwartz Dark Lager in 473ml cans.

Ward 8 IPA is new from North Works Brewing in Cambridge – crowler fills and draught are both available.

Vanilla Hearts and Blueberry Stars Porter is now available in North Bay at New Ontario Brewing.

Lake Wilcox Brewing has introduced Pomander Orange and Spice English Ale at the Vaughan brewery to kick off their 12 Days of Christmas series.


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