A dollar from every sale of DCBC’s Buck-A-Beer blonde ale will be donated to local refugee services.
Beer always tastes better with friends and good music. Enjoy all three at the Orléans Craft Beer Festival June 7-9.
Brewery Market returns to Hintonburg Park with their season opener on Saturday May 26.
Local band Amos the Transparent is celebrating a decade as a band by releasing a new album: Anniversaries. Ten years as a band is an impressive feat, one that deserves a befitting celebration – like getting their own beer. The band is teaming up with Big Rig Brewery to release Amos Anniversaries beer.
The Society of Beer Drinking Ladies is bringing their extremely popular Bevy beer event here to Ottawa on April 14th at the Allsaints Event Space.
The first beer out of the gate will be Ninho do Corvo, a robust coconut porter designed as a collab with Brazil’s Weird Barrel.
Carleton Place craft brewery forced to redesign its label after the LCBO pulls Dr. Feelgood IPA from the shelves
The LCBO pulled Dr. Feelgood IPA after accepting a large order of cans and selling Stalwart’s beer for one (!) day.
It’s been a wild year, and the industry shows no sign of slowing down.
Think local, drink local: Smiths Falls opens its first microbrewery, 4 Degrees Brewing Company.
Tasting notes are provided by Davin de Kergommeaux, head judge for the Canadian Whisky Awards.
On December 2, Beyond the Pale Brewing will mark its 5th anniversary with an epic, yet refined, party at the National Gallery of Canada.
Makin’ It Grain is the all-star game of Ottawa’s culinary scene. Now in its third year, this five-course meal is a masterpiece of 613 gastro delight all served a single evening, benefiting FarmWorks.
Brew Donkey brewery tours are well established here in the beer community and in the local tourism sector. It’s a great concept, get on a classic yellow school bus to learn about beer and then visit breweries to put that knowledge to practical use. But now, Brew Donkey has a brand new tour bus and needs your help to name it!
Vimy Brewing Company is one of the latest breweries to enter the booming bytown beer industry. And they have set their sights on offering something uniquely Canadian.
Earlier this year, the Ontario Craft Brewers association announced six scholarships for women in the brewing industry. Of the two-dozen applicants, six were selected by lottery. Two of the deserving women are locals – Jessica Trout of Kichesippi Brewing and Alyssa Kwasny of Beau’s All Natural Brewing.