An hommage to the past, this deep copper-coloured altbier (German for “old beer”) boasts an aromatic hop presence and a creamy head. A dry finish compliments its pleasant bready and caramel malt flavours leaving you ready for the next sip.
This Biere de Garde pours a deep amber colour with pleasant caramel, plum, and fig notes accompanied with a little warming on the palate. GOLD – 2014 ON Brewing Awards, GOLD & BRONZE – 2016 & 2014 CDN Brewing Awards.
This medium bodied ale pours jet black with a creamy head. Bold tropical fruit and citrus hop aromas are prominent. Light roasted malt character is balanced with gripping bitterness and flavours of passion fruit, orange, and pine.
Named for its resemblance to a Moose Antler. Lake Panache is a little piece of paradise here in the North. Many spend their summers on the lake fishing, swimming, boating or simply soaking up the sun and we hope this Session I.P.A. adds to the many great memories a place like Panache creates. Expect bold notes of peach and citrus from the generous additions of Citra, Simcoe, Rakau, and Mosaic.
This golden-yellow India Pale Ale is made for easy drinking but with enough hops to remind you it’s still an IPA. Shatter Cone has a refreshingly crisp mouth feel that will take you to the moon and back.
In honour of the smoking barrel, we have brewed this medium bodied Imperial India Pale Ale that pours a deep copper colour. Intense hop flavour and aroma are balanced nicely by clean malt sweetness and strong alcohol content.
4×4 is not your average Quad; it’s strong and complex, bold and daring. This Quad is Mahogany in colour with pleasant Belgian ester notes including figs, plums, dates, and toffee. It is slightly sweet on the palate with a dry finish.
This 7% Winter Warmer is copper in colour and spiced with cinnamon, ginger, cloves, nutmeg, orange peel, and molasses. This limited release ale is reminiscent of Grandma’s holiday baking; without all the swearing in the kitchen.
This effervescent light golden ale marks a celebration. Enjoy this Belgian Triple with friends and loved ones to commemorate the passing of one year and the start of the next. Ball Drop was twice fermented with Champagne yeast giving it a flavor of light citrus, white grape, and subtle notes of orange, coriander, and pear.
This 7% jet-black stout is medium bodied, aged on French oak, organic cacao-nibs, and Montmorency cherries from Michigan. It’s roasty, toasty, chocolaty and tart. This stout is pretty much Black Forest Cake in a bottle.
We got a little loco, we made this light refreshing blonde ale and added some habanero, chipotle, and ghost peppers giving it a noticeable/pleasant heat that builds with each sip. Right before packaging we infused this brew with locally roasted coffee beans from Sudbury’s own Old Rock Roastery, giving this cool brew a bold coffee aroma.
This jet-black medium bodied stout features an unreal smoothness which is a result the addition of oats in the brewing process. The oats also give this stout a touch of sweetness which blends perfectly with a light roasted flavour.
This traditional German style wheat ale is both strong and sweet … just like a Valley Girl. The large quantity of malted wheat provides a sturdy base to showcase the playful citrus and banana characters of the yeast. This Hefeweizen is golden hazy on the pour and easy on the eyes.
This traditional Flanders Style Farmhouse Ale is ruby brown in colour and was soured with lactobacillus, aged in red wine barrels for 10 months with a blend of brettanomyces yeast cultures. This complex brew features flavours of tart green apple, herbal spice, gamey with light fruit notes, all brought together with a dry oak finish.