By Dustin Miller on Sep. 08, 2016
This is a work in progress (and will be forever) so bare with us while we fill in the gaps. If we missed your favourite Alberta brewery, or pub, let us know and we will add it to this map to help spread the word!
Want to see more of who’s coming to the Alberta craft beer scene?
Check out our post, “20+ New Alberta Breweries you should check out in 2016-2017”
Or take a look at, “The Alberta Craft Breweries List: A Guide and Directory to Canadian Beers”
For more information regarding the craft beer scene in Alberta, look below:
Will Alberta Allow Craft Beer To Be Sold At Farmer’s Markets?
Alberta Breweries You Must Visit During Alberta Beer Week
Alberta Small Brewers Invited to the Roundhouse Winter Craft Beer Festival
Women & Beer in Alberta
5 Cannabis-Infused Beers to Drink on 4/20
Calling all stoners, occasional weed smokers, or any beer-lover looking for a smoke-free high: Cannabis THC-infused beer is now a thing and these weed beers are the perfect drink to sip on to celebrate a pot-head’s favourite day; 4/20.
Family Owned and Operated Breweries
Brewing beer was originally done in-house. Each household/farm made their own beer especially in Europe, but these beer companies still remain family owned and operated.
3 Ways To Incorporate Beer Into Your Workout
The latest workout trend is using your body weight or other things around you to create a workout, so you’re not tied to a gym. Let’s take this and apply it to beer. This workout does not require you to actually drink beer, but to use it in your workout.
VIDEO: Father Rauchbier by Village Brewery Beer Review – Calgary, AB
Dan Crocker, A.K.A. booze reviews, is the king of beer reviews. Village Brewery has released their Father Rauchbier in honour of Father’s Day! Watch Dan’s video below to find out if Village Brewery’s latest brew is tasty enough to give to your Dad this Father’s Day.
Why I Became President of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) Society of Alberta
I know that at a local level the Alberta craft beer industry creates jobs, supports farmers, contributes to charities, and just generally makes our communities nicer places in which to live, work, and play. I also know that the industry is full of people who care deeply about their craft, collaborate rather than compete, and go out of their way to help each other. I wanted to be a part of that.