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Recommended & Local Gems

Edmonton Beers to try

If you only had time for ONE Edmonton brewed beer, you should try

Clean Bite Double IPA
by Situation Brewing Co.

Why Clean Bite Double IPA?

Ready for a no-holds-barred, unapologetically hoppy beer? This brew delivers with a huge hit of Simcoe hops on the front end. Earthy, piney and a little citrus stand front and centre on a stage of muted malt. The alcohol is not prominent in the flavor so be careful! As far as DIPA’s go, this could be considered approachable, but with a bite of course.

Other Local Gems

Bench Creek Brewing

Naked Woodsman

American Pale Ale (APA)
Alley Kat Brewery

Main Squeeze

Fruit / Vegetable Beer
Bent Stick Brewing

The Crusher

American IPA
Yellowhead Brewing Company

Saison Tete Jaune

Saison / Farmhouse Ale
Wanderoot Craft Cider

Wanderoot Craft Cider Classic Apple

Fruit / Vegetable Beer
Situation Brewing Co.

WTF Sour Series

Gose

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