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.
Samuel Adams Summer Ale (Massachusetts; 5.3% alc.)
A bright American wheat beer brewed with lemon zest and a peppery African spice known as grains of paradise.
Side Launch Wheat (Ontario; 5.3% alc.)
Denison’s has a new name! This local German-style wheat beer carries flavours of banana, citrus and fresh grain.
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 Über Berliner Weisse (Ontario; 4.2% alc.)
Named “The World’s Most Refreshing Beer” by renowned beer writer Michael Jackson, it’s cherry-ish, a bit sour and sweet.
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
King Brewery Vienna Lager (Ontario; 4.8% alc.)
A mild and malty amber beer with notes of sweet grain.
Left Field Eephus Oatmeal Brown Ale (Ontario; 5.5% alc.)
Roasted malt and nuts are at the forefront of this brown ale which also carries a clean and softly bitter finish.
Ales with a moderate to full bitterness and a naturally fruity hop character
Amsterdam Boneshaker IPA (Ontario; 7.1% alc.)
Massive orange and grapefruit hop aromas cleverly hide the potency of this unfiltered, copper-hued India pale ale.
Black Oak 10 Bitter Years (Ontario; 8% alc.)
Wet hopped, double dry hopped, crammed with hops.
Collective Arts Rhyme & Reason (Ontario; 5.7% alc.)
Lying somewhere between an IPA and a pale ale, it’s bright and lemony with a good citrus burst of bitterness.
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.
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)
In the great Belgian tradition of strong yet refreshing ales, this is a spicy golden beauty.
Maudite (Québec; 8% alc.)
This dangerously drinkable, strong and spicy ale from Québec is a Canadian classic.
Ales and lagers with flavours ranging from a wisp of smoke to roaring campfire.
BraufactuM Roog (Germany; 6.6% alc.)
A historic style of smoked wheat beer with a balance of banana, roasted almonds and entirely appropriate notes of ham.
Not beer, but still nice
Spirit Tree Pub Style Cider (Ontario; 6% alc.)
Dry with acidic notes, with a farmhouse character of hay and cork in the background.
THE BEERS OF THE MOMENT
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(our list changes often, so this may differ slightly from one in the restaurant)
Cheval Blanc (Québec; 5% alc.)
King Pilsner (Ontario; 4.8% alc.)
Le Trou du Diable L’Ours (Québec; 6% alc.)
Mill St. Coffee Porter (Ontario; 5.5% alc.)
Dieu du Ciel! Moralité (Québec; 6% alc.)
Fuller’s ESB (England; 5.9% alc.)
Great Lakes Karma Citra IPA (Ontario; 6.6% alc.)
St. Peter’s English Ale (England; 4.4% alc.)
Delirium Tremens (Belgium; 8.5% alc.)
Chimay Blue (Belgium; 9% alc.)
Rochefort 6 (Belgium; 7.5% alc.)
Westmalle Dubbel (Belgium; 7% alc.)