March 2019

This month, we welcome Left Field (Toronto) and Grove Brewhouse (Kingsville) into our subscription service. In addition, another exclusive Badlands release - this time, its an IPA with Citra and Moutere.

9 unique breweries and 9 unique beers.


IPA - 6.5% abv. (Caledon)

CITERE - Brewed exclusively for our members, this IPA is a mash up of the deliciously melon forward Moutere and the tried and true citrus, mango dominant Citra. Together, Citere makes for a luscious treat of uniquely enticing New Zealand fruity character, backed by the delectable familiarity of American hop character. It tastes like a happy marriage between mango, melon, citrus and grapefruit. A fruity, polygamous delight.

Wine barrel aged Sour - 5.5% abv. (Cambridge)

Barrel 5 & 6 was brewed with 50/50 wheat and pilsner malt. Aged for 15 months in Ontario red wine barrels with Brett and Bacteria built up from bottles from one of our favourite American sour beer producers.  Bottle conditioned with Champagne yeast for an additional 8 months prior to release. 

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Helles Lager - 4.9% abv. (Toronto)

This beer was inspired by the legendary baseball talents of Ed “Cannonball” Crane who on one occasion, pitched back-to-back complete games and amazingly, also hit the game-winning home run. He led the Toronto Maple Leafs baseball club to their first international league pennant. Cannonball is brewed exclusively using German malt, hops and yeast. The result is a crisp Munich Helles-style Lager with a grainy cereal malt profile and a touch of honey sweetness.

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American IPA - 6.7% abv. (Barrie)

When you’re out on the road, away from home, and looking for some suitable tunes, you play Radio Roulette. Seek and scan, seek and scan, until something grabs your attention. We invite you to try Radio Roulette of a different sort. Featuring a pair of new age German hops, Mandarina Bavaria and Hallertau Blanc, this IPA will take you away from familiar roads. Red berry, white grape, cantaloupe and tangerine can be found in the aroma, with lemongrass, citrus pith and melon flavours being supported on a cracker and light bread malt base and a moderate, soft bitterness. This medium bodied IPA finishes moderately dry and is that new hit you’ve been looking for among the same old tunes.


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Pale Ale - 4.0% abv. (Toronto)

Happy to feature Folly Brewing again! One of the lesser known microbreweries in Toronto, and one of our absolute favorites. We recommend that everyone visits and gives their wide variety of available beers a try!

Here we have "Voss Baby," a 4% Pale Ale fermented with Voss Kveik and hopped with Galaxy and Enigma creating a delicious baby pale ale. 



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Catharina Sour - 3.8 % abv. (Toronto)

A collobartion brew with Market brewing. This raspberry loaded sour is a little taste of summer.

You might not be familiar with the style, “Catharina Sour” yet as it originates from Brazil. This style is fruit forward (using only real fruits — not purees), wheat based, with a low abv.



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Lager - 4.5% abv. (Kingsville)

"When Hiram Walker built the Lake Erie Railway, he built one track that specifically transported his workers to a place called "Paradise Grove". Being right on the water and covered with green space, Walker established this area as prime real estate for vacationing. This place is modern-day Kingsville. We crafted this clean and crisp lager to reflect Walker's intentions, giving our community a taste of paradise."

Located in Kingsville, ON. This is Canada’s Southern-most brewery.



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NE IPA - 6.5% abv. (Toronto)

“Working Hard” NEIPA features VQH Farms Centennial & Chinook hops. This tropical juice bomb is thick and hazy with notes of peach, apricot, mango, and passionfruit.

Learn more about Muddy York


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Stout - 6.0% abv. (Hamilton)

“Striking a perfect balance of chai spice and bittersweet stout. Slightly sweet with chai spices and chocolate on the nose. Chai on the sip, backed by roasted malts, chocolate and hints of coconut. Silky body with a lingering finish of chai and chocolate. We brewed “Play Thing” in collaboration with our friend Ren from Beer Diversity!” - Grain&Grit


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Glassware Etiquette: We recommend using any tulip shape glass for all of these beers or a wine glass works too. IPA glasses work great for the IPA's. For simplicity, you can use our tumbler for any style of beer, always.