Softly spicy and fruity German- and Belgian-style wheat beers
Blanche de Chambly (Québec; 5% alc.)
A light and refreshing Belgian-style wheat beer accented by the addition of coriander and orange peel.
Hopf Helle Weisse (Germany; 5.5% alc.)
This classic hefeweizen is light, creamy and refreshing, with mild flavours of vanilla and banana.


Dry, refreshing and moderately bitter to appetizingly hoppy lagers
Hacker-Pschorr Edelhell (Germany; 5.5% alc.)
With a sweet bready aroma, this dry, golden refresher is ideal for those dedicated to more mainstream tastes.
Pilsner Urquell (Czech Republic; 5% alc.)
This, the first pilsner ever brewed has floral aroma, and as blonde lagers go, a richer yet refined balance of hop and malt.


acidic ales ranging from sweet-tart to fully sour
Nickel Brook Uber Berliner Weisse (Ontario; 4.2% alc.)
A light, sour wheat beer. Order as-is for a brisk refresher, or sweetened with raspberry or house-made green woodruff syrup.
Rodenbach Grand Cru (Belgium; 6% alc.)
Complex, wine-like, sour and sweet; the prized, oak-aged “Burgundy of Belgium” is finally available on tap.

Medium bodied, wonderfully balanced ales and lagers
Samuel Adams Octoberfest (Massachusetts; 5.3% alc.)
Old-world hops provide light counterbalance to malty and nutty aromas with a soft, bready, caramel palate.
Shillow Beer Co. Sass on the Side (Ontario; 5.6% alc.)
Exclusive to beerbistro is this brand-new brown ale that’s lightly roasty and modestly bitter with a quenching off-dry finish.


Ales with a moderate to full bitterness and a naturally fruity hop character
Collective Arts Ransack the Universe (Ontario; 6.8% alc.)
Washington-sourced Mosaic hops and Australian Galaxy hops give a one-two punch of tropical fruits in this brightly bitter IPA.
Lagunitas IPA (California; 6.3% alc.) 
Starting spicy-sweet and citrusy, this benchmark IPA finishes with the best kind of dry bitterness you can possibly expect.
Publican House Square Nail Pale Ale (Ontario; 5.9% alc.) 
There’s a refreshing burst of citrus in this mildly bitter ale, backed by notes of toasted malt and nuts.
Shillow Bitter Waitress Black IPA (Ontarioa; 6.5% alc.)
This hybrid style is beautifully combines the savory roasted malt of a stout with 86 whopping IBUs of fresh, earthy hops.
Stone Arrogant Bastard Ale (California; 7.2% alc.) 
Since we don’t have an “Aggressive” category, we’ll just put this here. Layers of toast, caramel and angry hops.


Gently bitter and chocolaty or roasty ales, porters and stouts
St. Ambroise Oatmeal Stout (Québec; 5% alc.)
This rich, mocha-ish, softly fruity and a silky-textured stout ranks as Canada’s finest.


Well-rounded, naturally spicy and warming ales and lagers
La Trappe Tripel (The Netherlands; 8% alc.)
Brewed by monks, who focus all their pent-up energy on beer. Golden and slightly sweet, it tastes at once bready and fruity.


Rich and warming ales with a full maltiness and impressive complexity
Grimbergen Dubbel (Belgium; 6.5% alc.)
A monastic-style brown ale that’s chocolatey, smooth, fruity and soft.
Maudite (Québec; 8% alc.)
Effervescent with aromas of ripe fruits, it drinks slightly sweet with warming spice, caramel and more fruity notes.




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(our list changes often, so this may differ slightly from one in the restaurant) 

Lighter-bodied wheat beers
Cheval Blanc (Québec; 5% alc.)
Hacker-Pschorr Hefe Weisse (Germany; 5.5% alc.)
Schneider Weisse (Germany; 5.4% alc.)
Pilsners and other blonde lagers
Czechvar (Czech Republic; 5% alc.)
Collective Arts Saint of Circumstance (ON; 4.7% alc.)
Singha Lager (Thailand; 5% alc.)
Stiegl Pils (Austria; 4.9% alc.)
Zywiec (Poland; 5.5% alc.)
Ales ranging from sweet-tart to fully sour
Bockor Cuvée des Jacobins Rouge (Belgum; 5.5% alc.)
Le Trou du Diable L’Ours (Québec; 6% alc.)
Light to medium bodied lagers and ales
Anchor Steam Beer (California; 4.9% alc.)
Black Oak Nut Brown Ale (Ontario; 5% alc.)
Erdinger Weissbier Dunkel (Germany; 5.6% alc.)
Hobgoblin (England; 5.2% alc.)
Innis & Gunn Oak Aged Beer (Scotland; 6.6%)
Left Field Eephus Oatmeal Brown Ale (ON; 5.5% alc)
Köstritzer Schwarzbier (Germany; 4.8% alc.)
Samuel Adams Boston Lager (Massachusetts; 4.8% alc.)
Side Launch Dark Lager (Ontario; 5.3% alc.)
St. Peter’s English Ale (England; 4.4% alc.)
Sweetgrass Golden Ale (Ontario, 4.9% alc.)
Porters and stouts
Dieu du Ciel! Aphrodite (Québec; 6.5% alc.)
Guinness (Ireland; 4.2% alc.)
Mill St. Coffee Porter (Ontario; 5.5% alc.)
Young’s Double Chocolate Stout (England; 5.2% alc.)
Hoppy beers with mild to bracing bitterness
Anchor Liberty Ale (California; 5.9% alc.)
Black Oak 10 Bitter Years (Ontario, 8% alc.)
Cameron’s Rye Pale Ale (Ontario; 6.6% alc.)
Central City Red Racer IPA (BC; 6% alc.)
Collective Arts Rhyme & Reason (Ontario; 5.7% alc.)
Dieu du Ciel! Disco Soleil (Québec; 6.5% alc.)
Dieu du Ciel! Moralité (Québec; 6.9% alc.)
Fuller’s ESB (England; 5.9% alc.)
Goose Island Goose IPA (Illinois/QC; 5.9% alc.)
New Holland Michigan Awesome Hatter (MI, 5.8% alc.)
New Holland Rye Hatter (Michigan, 6.1% alc.)
Nickel Brook Headstock IPA (Ontario; 7% alc.)
Nickel Brook Naughty Neighbour (Ontario; 4.9% alc.)
Sierra Nevada Pale Ale (California; 5.6% alc.)
Stone Cali-Belgique IPA (California; 6.9% alc.)
Stone IPA (California; 6.9% alc.)
Thiriez Étoile du Nord (France; 5.5% alc.)
Ranging from lightly smoked to burnt out husk
Aecht Schlenkerla Rauchbier (Germany; 5.1% alc.)
Freigeist Abraxxxas (Germany; 6% alc.)
Pretend that you can drink beer
Glutenberg Pale Ale Américaine (QC; 5% alc.)
Lakefront New Grist (Wisconsin; 5.7% alc.)
Erdinger Weissbier Alkoholfrei (Germany; 0.4% alc.)


Big bodied, sometimes assertive ales and lagers
Aventinus (Germany; 8% alc.)
Chimay Première (Belgium; 7% alc.)
Dragon Stout (Jamaica; 7.5% alc.)
Kwak (Belgium; 8.4% alc.)
Rochefort 6 (Belgium; 7.5% alc.)
Rochefort 8 (Belgium; 9.2% alc.)
Sinha Stout (Sri Lanka; 8.8% alc.)
St. Paul Double (Belgium; 6.9% alc.)
Traquair House Ale (Scotland; 6.9% alc.)
Trois Pistoles (Québec; 9% alc.)
Vander Ghinste Brasserie LeFort (BE; 8.5% alc.)
Westmalle Dubbel (Belgium, 7% alc.)


Ales with spices or a lively spicy character
Boulevard Tank 7 Farmhouse Ale (MO; 8.5% alc.)
Brooklyn Sorachi Ace (New York; 7.6% alc.)
Chimay White (Belgium; 8% alc.)
De la Senne Zinnebir (Belgium; 5.8% alc.)
Delirium Tremens (Belgium; 8.5% alc.)
Duvel (Belgium; 8.5% alc.)
La Fin du Monde (Québec; 9% alc.)
Le Trou du Diable La Buteuse (Québec; 10% alc.)
Mikkeller Texas Ranger (Denmark, 6.6% alc.)
Orval Oct. 2014 (Belgium; 6.9% alc.)
Orval Mar. 2011 (Belgium; 6.9% alc.)
Triple Karmeliet (Belgium; 8% alc.)
Wild Beer Ninkasi (England; 9% alc.)
Westmalle Tripel (Belgium; 9.5% alc.)
Zundert Trappist (The Netherlands; 8% alc.)
Potent high-octane ales
Achel Extra Bruin (Belgium; 9.5% alc.)
Chimay Blue (Belgium; 9% alc.)
Dieu du Ciel! Péché Mortel (Québec; 9.5% alc.)
Engelszell Gregorious Trappistenbier (AT; 10.5% alc.)
Kasteel Donker (Belgium; 11% alc.)
Les Trois Mousquetaires Porter Baltique (QC, 8.3% alc.)
Mikkeller Monk’s Brew (Denmark, 10% alc.)
Rochefort 10 (Belgium; 11.3% alc.)
Smuttynose Imperial Stout (NH; 10% alc.)
St. Bernardus Abt 12 (Belgium; 10% alc.)
X.O. Beer (France; 8% alc.)
Ales fermented or finished with real fruits or juices 
Fruli Strawberry (Belgium; 4.1% alc.)
Peche Mel Scaldis (Belgium; 8.5% alc.)
Stiegl Radler Grapefruit (Austria; 2.5% alc.)
Not beer, but still nice
Spirit Tree Draught Cider (Ontario; 6% alc.)
LAST CALL! Grab something from our limited stock list
Freigeist Hoppeditz (Germany; 7.5% alc.)
Muskoka Winter 2xChoc. Cherry Stout (ON; 8% alc.)