Craft Beer

2018 Canadian Fall Beer Releases: A Guide and Directory

From East to West, North to South, we’ve compiled these lists of all the beers (and beer variety packs) released in each province in the months of September and October. Here’s to Canadian Craft Beer! #DrinkLocal

2018 Canadian Fall Beer Releases: A Guide and Directory
Western Canadian Fall Beer Releases
(British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba)

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Central Canadian Autumn Beer Releases
(Ontario, Québec)

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Eastern Canadian Fall Beer Releases
(Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island)

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