Bottles & Cans


Lighter-bodied wheat beers

Cheval Blanc (Québec; 5% alc.)
Hacker-Pschorr Hefe Weisse (Germany; 5.5% alc.)
Schneider Weisse (Germany; 5.4% alc.) 


Pilsners, milder blonde lagers and maybe an ale or two

Beau's Lug-Tread (ON; 5.2% alc.)
Common Good The Sociable Pilsner (ON; 4.7% alc.)       
Czechvar (Czech Republic; 5% alc.)
Zywiec (Poland; 5.5% alc.)


Ales ranging from sweet-tart to fully sour

Bellwoods Jelly King (ON; 5.6% alc.)
Collective Arts Prophets & Nomads (ON; 4.5% alc.)
Cuvée des Jacobins Rouge (Belgium; 5.5% alc.)
Timmermans Oude Gueuze (Belgium; 6.7% alc.) SOCIABLE


Light to medium bodied lagers and ales

Anderson Craft Ales Brown Ale (ON; 4.6% alc.) 
Erdinger Weissbier Dunkel (Germany; 5.6% alc.)
Henderson’s Best Amber Ale (ON; 5.5% alc.)
Innis & Gunn Oak Aged Beer (Scotland; 6.6% alc.)SATISFYING


Porters and stouts

Clifford Porter (ON; 5.9% alc.)
Dieu du Ciel! Aphrodite (QC; 6.5% alc.)
Guinness (Ireland; 4.2% alc.)
Young’s Double Chocolate Stout (England; 5.2% alc.)


Hoppy beers with mild to bracing bitterness

Bellwoods Jutsu Pale Ale (ON; 5.6% alc.)               
Collective Arts Ransack the Universe (ON; 6.8% alc.) 
Common Good Caught in an Eddy? (ON; 3.9%)      
Left Field Greenwood IPA (ON; 6.3% alc.)              
Shillow Bitter Waitress Black IPA (ON;7.1% alc.)


Brought to you by the miracle of science

Glutenberg American Pale Ale (QC; 5.5% alc.)
Glutenberg Blonde (QC; 4.5% alc.)



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Big bodied, sometimes assertive ales and lagers

Achel 8 Bruin (Belgium; 8% alc.)                                         
Aventinus (Germany; 8% alc.)                                        
Dragon Stout (Jamaica; 7.5% alc.)                                      
Höss Doppel-Hirsch (Germany; 7.2% alc.)              
Komes Baltic Porter (Poland; 9% alc.)              
Kwak (Belgium; 8% alc.)                                                         
Rochefort 6 (Belgium; 7.5% alc.)                                       
Rochefort 8 (Belgium; 9.2% alc.)                                       
St. Paul Double (Belgium; 6.9%)                                       
Traquair House Ale (Scotland; 6.9% alc.)                       
Westmalle Dubbel (Belgium; 7% alc.)             


Ales with spices or a lively spicy character

Achel 8 Blond (Belgium; 8% alc.)
Crooked Stave St. Bretta Blood Orange (CO; 5.2%)
Cuvée Van de Keizer Rood (Belgium; 10%)
Boulevard Tank 7 Farmhouse Ale (MO; 8.5% alc.)
Delirium Tremens (Belgium; 8.5% alc.)
Duvel (Belgium; 8.5% alc.)
Shillow Beer Snob Belgian Rye Ale (ON; 6% alc.)
Saison Dupont (Belgium; 6.5% alc.)
Straffe Hendrik Tripel (Belgium; 9% alc.)
Straffe Hendrik Wild (Belgium; 9% alc.)


Potent, high-octane ales

Black Isle Barrel Aged Stout (Scotland; 9.5% alc.)
Chimay Blue (Belgium; 9% alc.)
New Holland Dragon’s Milk (MI; 11% alc.)
Rochefort 10 (Belgium; 11.3% alc.)
St. Bernardus Abt 12 (Belgium; 10% alc.)
Straffe Hendrik Quadrupel (Belgium; 11% alc.)
Val-Dieu Grand Cru (Belgium; 10.5% alc.)


Ales fermented or finished with real fruits or juices

Früli Strawberry (Belgium; 4.1% alc.)
Rodenbach Fruitage (Belgium; 4.2% alc.)
Shillow Bandwagon Raz-P-A (ON; 5.5% alc.)
Stiegl Radler Grapefruit (Austria; 2.5% alc.)


Ranging from lightly smoked to burnt out husk

Aecht Schlenkerla Rauchbier (Germany; 5.1% alc.)


Not beer, but still nice

Collective Arts Local Press (ON; 5.6% alc.)
Oh Beehave [w/ white wine+honey] (ON; 9% alc.)



Erdinger Weissbier Alkoholfrei (Germany; 0.4% alc.)