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Domestics

  • Canadian

    5.0% ABV, Molson Canadian is made from the best this land has to offer: Canadian water, prairie barley, and no preservatives. The result is a beer as clean crisp and fresh as the country it comes from. Molson Canadian. Made from Canada.

  • Budweiser

    Known as "The King of Beers," Budweiser was first introduced by Adolphus Busch in 1876 and it's still brewed with the same high standards today. Budweiser is a medium-bodied, flavorful, crisp American-style lager. Brewed with the best barley malt and a blend of premium hop varieties.

  • Coors Light

    Coors Light is a beer born in the depths of the Rocky Mountains. Its purpose is to bring ice-cold refreshment to the lips, hearts, and nipples of every man and antelope roaming this very earth. And it’s so cold, that it refreshes parts of the body like a blast of cold mountain air. That’s enough to make any mullet freeze over.

  • Kokanee

    Kokanee is a Pilsner Style Lager with 5.0% alcohol v/v and is British Columbia's best selling lager.[1] Kokanee beer is aged naturally and has a relatively mild taste.

Premiums

  • Alexander Keith's

    Brewed slowly using select malted barley, and our finest nugget and zeus hops, Alexander Keith's India Pale Ale is mildly bitter with subtle notes of black liquorice.

  • Miller Genuine Draft

    First brewed in the US in 1986, using cold filtering technology to remove impurities, Miller Genuine Draft is renowned for its remarkable clarity and crisp freshness.

Imports

  • Mongozo (Gluten Free)

    This gluten-fee beer is unlike other as it still uses barley malts in the brewing process. They then remove the gluten using an innovative technique that leaves less than 10ppm (parts per million) of gluten. Being a gluten free beer they also use rice in the brewing process. This beer pours a light straw yellow colour with a very small head. The aroma of this brew is just as any other pilsner with light malts and grassy hops although it does finish with a slight fruity/sweet aroma. The flavour, like the aroma smells like most pilsners with mild malts and hops but also contains a hint of rice. The brew also displays a slightly fruity and fairly sweet aftertaste. The alcohol content of this beer is 5%.

  • Van Diest Fruli (Strawberry) Beer

    From “Van Diest Beer Company” out of Belgium comes the “Fruli strawberry beer”. The beer has a ambery red or pink colour to it with a very small white head on top. The beer smells of Strawberry almost like a one of those popsicle that uses real fruit.

  • Corona

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  • Heineken

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  • Draught Guinness in 500ml Cans

    Swirling clouds tumble as the storm begins to calm. Settle. Breathe in the moment, then break through the smooth, light head to the bittersweet reward. Unmistakeably GUINNESS®, from the first velvet sip to the last, lingering drop. And every deep-dark satisfying mouthful in between. Pure beauty. Pure GUINNESS®.
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On Tap

  • Hacher-Pschorr Dark

    Only the best ingredients are used in our unfiltered wheat beer: brewing wheat grown in the Champagne region of France and select Siegel hops from the Hallertau region outside of Munich. A special brewing process makes this beer what it promises: a great tasting masterpiece.

  • Schofferhoffer Radler

    Hazy pale orange colour; aromas of pink grapefruit, orange zest and biscuit; on the palate it is delightfully juicy and refreshing with flavours of pink grapefruit, biscuit and a touch of clove.

  • Tree Cutthroat Pale Ale

    Pale gold with copper highlights; nutty, malt, vanilla and hoppy aromas; extra-dry, medium body with malt, hops, honey and biscuit flavours that are well balanced.

  • Hacher-Pschorr-Lager

    The yeast flows through the beer in a soft veil. Wonderfully refreshing, fruity and citrus notes, accompanied by a fine, tangy acidity. A light sweetness of bananas and honey melts on the tongue together with a mildly bitter, slightly spicy nutmeg note.

  • Steam Works Pilsner

    The most popular beers in the world call themselves Pilsners, but they barely resemble the original from the city of Pilsn in the Czech Republic that gave its name to the style in 1842. Steamworks’ version comes close, which explains why it has won Best Beer in BC for two years running. It is a rich, malty lager with a spicy, oral hop character – crisp, complex and delicious.

  • Hacher-Pschorr Hefeweizen

    A truly magnificent look: silky shine and intense golden yellow color, crowned by a compact, creamy head. Wonderfully refreshing, fruity and citrus notes, accompanied by a fine, tangy acidity. A light sweetness of bananas and honey melts on the tongue together with a mildly bitter, slightly spicy nutmeg note.

  • Warsteiner Lager

    The taste begins with a crisp and clean bready taste mixed with a little bit of lemon and herbal hop. As the taste advances some grassy hops join the profile and mix with some light grain tastes to leave a clean crisp flavor to linger on the tongue.

Please Note

Please be advised that we do not allow our guests to bring in their own bottles, even for a corkage fee. We encourage you to peruse our great selection of wines!
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