Proudly crafted for adventure in Calgary.

The core Beers

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Refreshingly complex, this Belgian farmhouse style ale has a dry body and a bright straw-coloured hue. The yeast lends a mild spice and earthy characteristic. This beer is as approachable as a patio on a Chinook day.

IBU: 25

ABV: 4.5%

SRM (Colour): 4 (Straw)

Hops: Chinook hops

Malt: Pale, Wheat, And Crystal

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An aromatic, style bending approach to the pale ale. The PlainsBreaker is bursting with late addition hops, boasting a huge tropical flavour and aroma. Well balanced, interesting and very approachable, this beer is for every adventure.

IBU: 24

ABV: 5%

SRM (Colour): 6 (Golden)

Hops: Citra, Amarillo, and Summit hops

Malt: Pale, Wheat, and Crystal

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This is a beer that embodies adventure. A departure from the classic IPA, it has a deep red colour from Alberta’s world class barley, balanced by a notorious line up of hops. All this packaged in a beer designed for the drinker who has their eyes on the summit.

IBU: 65

ABV: 6.5%

SRM (Colour): 15 (Amber)

Hops: Centennial, Cascade, Simcoe, and Summit hops

Malt: Pale, Munich, Crystal, and Roasted Barley

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southern aspect

A west coast style IPA exploding with fresh hop flavour at the front of your mouth. An amazing IPA for scaling mountains and tackling any adventure you can come up with.

IBU: 70

ABV: 7.1%

SRM (Colour): 4 (Straw)

Hops: Mosaic and Ekuanot

Malt: Pale, Wheat, And Crystal


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Oooooo-weee! We've made a new IPA and this might be the dankest brewed here to date. Our first time experimenting with Cryo-Hops, a process of cryogenically freezing whole cone hops using liquid nitrogen and separating out the lupulin powder from the bract (seeds, stems and sticks) leaving behind only the concentrated oily resins.

We packed a heavy bowl of citra cryo-hops into both the whirlpool and the dry hop alongside traditional pellets of Galaxy, Mosaic and Simcoe for what can best be described as a powerful blaze of tropical fruit and oily dankness rolled into a way too drinkable finish.

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We've created an ale brewed for the arrival of colder days, longer nights and that short period where the mountain bike is hung up for the season but there still isn’t enough snow to dust off the skis. Introducing the Shoulder Season Belgian Dubbel.

Shoulder Season is a dry Belgian brown ale with bold notes of chocolate, dark fruit and hop spice. Fermented warm with a blend of belgian yeasts, finished on plumbs and hit with a subtle dry hop of two spice and fruit driven German varieties, hallertau blanc and mandarin Bavaria. Shoulder season lands somewhere between a dry, aromatic, fruit driven pale ale and a bold chocolaty spiced winter ale.

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Introducing a refreshing and fruity kettle sour that was filled to the brim with fresh blackberry puree yielding huge flavor and an outrageous purple color.

Balanced acidity, managed by the addition of un-fermentable milk sugar to the boil alongside a helping of new wave American hops keep this beer in the zone of high drinkability. An homage to our excitement for the coming ski season, Keep Your Tips Up is a tribute to corny jokes in the lift line, chairlift high fives and chasing friends through the trees .

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The Wintervention barley wine is a smooth, warming ale aged in gin-soaked toasted oak for strength and complexity; it blends sweet caramel malt notes with a heavy dose of both bittering and late addition Pacific North West hops.

The Space

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The space was designed to take the secret out of brewing. Feel free to ask any of the folks behind the bar for a tour, the production area is completely open for viewing and we would love to show you around. Pints, growler fills, 1L cans, and flights are all available. 

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