Made by Elite Brewing & Cidery
Craft. Glory & Country. Calgary’s Military History Themed Brewery.
Mild chocolate and roast malt notes, dryier dark brown milk porter. Named after: His Ojibway name was Binaaswi, translating roughly to "the wind that blows off". History largely remembers him as Corp. Francis Pegahmagabow — the deadliest sniper and scout of the First World War, credited with 378 kills and 300 captures. Through it all, the legend of "Peggy," as he was known in the trenches, only grew. Pegahmagabow earned renown for crawling alone under the cover of darkness into no man's land, camouflaging himself in the cratered earth — sometimes for days at a time — until a German helmet filled his rifle scope. By war's end, Peggy had earned three Military Medals for his breathtaking courage.