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Ottawa Beers to try

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

Farmer's Daughter
by Whitewater Brewing Company

Why Farmer's Daughter?

This blonde is proud of its roots. A selection of pale malted barley infuses with locally farmed hops to create a beer that is an eye-opener on a hot summer’s day. Light, yet defined flavours instil a sense of the hard work and drive for quality that has gone into this blonde.

Other Local Gems

Beyond the Pale Brewing Company

Aromatherapy

American IPA
Evergreen Craft Ales

Bright Spot

American Wild / Sour Ale
Stalwart Brewing Company

Dr. Feelgood

American IPA
Broken Stick Brewing Company

Lawnmower Lulu

American Pale Wheat Ale
Covered Bridge Brewing

Moustache Smash

American IPA
Kichesippi Beer Company

Bristol Stout

Milk / Sweet Stout

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Pub Talk

10 Great Canadian Beers for Light Beer Drinkers

Whether you live in Canada or are planning a Canadian vacation, these beers are not to be missed. Plan your “beercation” around some great Canadian Beer Festivals or brewery tours and make sure to drink local with these delicious lighter style beers. If you’re just getting into craft beers here are some light flavoured craft brews you definitely want to try.

Industry News

Canadian Brewing Awards 2018: BC Breweries Brew Up Award Winners in Halifax

The 16th Annual Canadian Brewing Awards were held in Halifax, Nova Scotia, on May 26, 2018 and as we all already know, BC brew doesn’t disappoint. British Columbia beer once came up big, with 52 awards including another win for Brewery of the Year!

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REVIEW: Craft Beer Market

With 5 locations across Canada, this is not only one of the craft beer industries best promoters, it is also an awesome restaurant with a great variety of craft beers and fresh local food.

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VIDEO: Rurban Brewing

An easy day trip from Montreal, Ottawa or Toronto, this is Cornwall’s first brewery in 100 YEARS!!!! Check it out! Support local!