Almanac Tropical Galaxy Beer

As we count down the days left of summer, it's important to remember there are plenty of undiscovered summer brews just waiting to be discovered. Almanac Brewing's Tropical Galaxy is a sour ale brewed with mangoes, lime, and coconut that sits in oak foedres with Almanac's farmhouse-brett base beer. It's then finished by dry-hopping using Australian Galaxy Hops to add passion fruit and citrus aromas and flavors. It's a fruit forward wild ale that's a natural fit for warmer temps but promises to pack a flavorful punch no matter when you drink it.

  • Dageraad Amber Kelderbier

    Finding great Belgian style beer in British Columbia might be unexpected. But that's exactly what's on tap at Dageraad Brewing. The word Dageraad is Flemish for "daybreak" and draws on Belgian influences for the beer, and Art Nouveau for the beautiful packaging. The Amber Kelderbier is one of several brews from Dageraad worth your attention, bottle-conditioned using Brettanomyces. It's another example of how Dageraad is helping to move British Columbia's beer culture forward.

  • Driftwood Farmhouse Saison

    While American craft beer continues to grow by leaps and bounds, it's seeing a big boost north of the border as well. Driftwood Beer in Victoria, British Columbia is a great example, and their Farmhouse Saison might be your best point of entry. Made for warm weather days, their interpretation of a farmhouse ale uses a long-grain bill and freshly-ground black pepper. They also use Ardennes yeast from Belgium to bring about the banana and clove flavors familiar to Saison fans.

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