Beer of the Month Club members were treated a selection of beers from across Alberta.
Post N Bale Farmhouse Ale – 6.5% ABV
Belgian yeast is king in this clean, bright, thirst quenching Saison.
Six Corners Brew Works – Okotoks, AB
Rutting Elk Red – 5% ABV
A medium bodied beer with slight caramel and toast flavours.
This traditional Scottish style amber ale uses a combination of various roasted and pale malts to create its distinctive character.
Mahogany in colour, Rutting Elk Red is a great intro into the darker beers. People who want to move beyond our pale beers or have some beer knowledge will enjoy this classic.
The Grizzly Paw Brewing – Canmore, AB
Blindman River Session Ale – 4.4% ABV
This beer is brimming with flavour and effortless to devour. Featuring an intense dry hop aroma and delicious hop taste with muted bitterness, it finishes dry and leaves you wanting another.
Blindman Brewing – Lacombe, AB
|Pale Session Ale – 4.5% ABV
Brewed with a selection of Cascade, Amarillo and Apollo hops, our first offering from the Goat Locker is a balanced and sessionable pale ale. With hints of grapefruit, citrus, bready malts make our PSA a full flavoured brew with a slight sweetness and crisp, hoppy finish.
Goat Locker Brewing Company – Calgary, AB
|Dandy in the Underworld Oyster Stout – 5% ABV
No Oysters in this easy drinking stout. A light body (but dark colour!) with notes of coffee, chocolate, and light roast, this traditional Oyster Stout is sure to be a favorite.
Pairs well with oysters, fish, and other salty snacks
The Dandy Brewing Company – Calgary, AB
|Naughty Amber – 5.5%
Amber Ale, a beer with excellent flavoring and a crisp finish. Slightly higher in IBU for a nice balance of great taste and bitterness.
Fat Unicorn Brewery – Plamondon, AB
|300, 700 McLeod Avenue, Spruce Grove, AB 780-962-2337 www.liquoronmcleod.com|