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Alberta Beers to Try in the New Year (2017)!

A recent CAMRA Alberta post on Facebook had a lot of great suggestions and we thought we’d share them with you. If you haven’t tried these Alberta brews better make a New Year’s resolution and get them on your list.

Alberta Beers to Try in the New Year (2017)!

Here is a list of 15, great beers from Alberta that you should try this year:

 

1. Bourbon Barrel Flat Cap StoutTool Shed Brewing Company
2. The Apocalypse Dudes – The Dandy Brewing Company
3. JavalancheBanded Peak Brewing
4. Root BeerAnnex Ale Project
5. Make That A DoubleOutcast Brewing
6. Barley Wine 2015Grizzly Paw Brewing
7. Blue Monk Bourbon Barley Wine 2015Brewsters Brewing Company
8. Cherry PorterWild Rose Brewery
9. Old Man Winter PorterRibstone Creek Brewery
10. Wee Heavy – Common Crown
11. White Raven IPABench Creek
12. Barrel-Aged Oblation – Troubled Monk
13. S+O Collaboration – Blindman Brewing
14. Resolutions 2017Bent Stick Brewing
15. Ryes Against The Machine – Hell’s Basement

 

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