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10 Great Canadian Beers for People who Love Light Beers

Whether you live in Canada or are planning a beercation up there these beers are not to be missed. Added bonus for Americans with the exchange rate they are cheaper for you.

10 Great Canadian Beers for People who Love Light Beers

1. Unibroue, Blanche de Chambly

Unibroue Blanche de Chambly
Image by: LCBO

 

2. Granville Island, Hey Day Hefeweizen

Granville Island Hey Day Hefeweizen
Image by: LCBO

 

3. Wild Rose, Velvet Fog

velvet-fog-beer-wildrose-brewery
Image by: JustBeer

 

4. Pump House, Crafty Radler

Crafty Radler PUmp House
Image by: My NSLC

 

5. Big Rock, Rhinestone Cowboy

Big Rock Rhinestone Cowboy
Image by: Big Rock

 

6. Driftwood, Raised by Wolves IPA

RaisedByWolves
Image by: Driftwood

 

7. Phillips, Pilsner

pilsner-bottle
Image by: Beer Me BC

 

8.Fernie Brewing Company, Old Barn Saison

Old-Barn-Saison
Image by: Beer Me BC

 

9.Beau’s, Batch 5000

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Image by: Beau’s

 

10. Beyond The Pale, Aromatherapy

Aromatherapy Beyond The Pale
Image by: Beyond The Pale

 

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