A refreshing NE Session IPA, dry-hopped with Citra and Mosaic. Monk fruit lends this beer a light sweetness and small amount of body while keeping calorie and carb counts low.
Brewed with crystal clear Calgary tap water: it’s Hell Mountain Fresh Lager.
Natural raspberry puree gives this refreshing wheat beer the perfect sweet and sour raspberry flavour, aroma, and bright pink hue! The original RazzyKat recipe is older than Alley Kat itself and we’ve been around furr-ever! We brought this back to celebrate our 25th anniversary and decided to keep it around because you Kats just can’t get enough!
This beer follows some of the same rules as New England styles by chasing huge hop flavour with a fruity citrus flex. The juicy amplitude of this drip is amplified by orange zest, a move borrowed from another of Lucy’s own crown jewels. It’s definitely tangy, but only sweetly so—its blow softened by the style’s London-level fog.
This beer is not your entry level beer. It’s big, alcoholic, and bitter! Back to the good days of bold and bitter IPAs.
True to style West Coast IPA. Big and Bitter. Hefty malt bill consisting of Pilsner, Munich, and Caramel steam. Munich adds body, bread notes, and a hint of color. The Caramel steam will add sweetness, color, and those hints of caramel that are consistent with the style. In the kettle we used loads of Centennial and Azacca Hop Hash.
Breakside’s most popular offering is this beautifully clear India Pale Ale featuring the unique character of Citra and Chinook hops. This light copper beer has huge citrus and tropical fruit aromas, with hints of perfume and pine. Flavors like apricot, guava, and orange hit the tongue accompanied by a mild evergreen note. There’s just enough caramel sweetness to balance the hop flavors, but this is really a showcase for the beautiful varieties of hops grown in the Northwest.
This take on the Gose style sour is blended with 3 different lively citrus fruits for an extra sunmery juice explosion. Sour ale with a light salinity, this beer has notes of fresh tangerine with a pleasant bitter grapefruit rind finish.
Light, clean, and crisp. All you’ll find here is malt, hops, yeast, and water. Just like the Germans do it.
A perfect summer patio beer for enjoying the iconic Alpenglow during the sunset, after a day of mountain adventure. With a similar grain construction to the Birdwood Blonde, this refreshing brew is lightly hopped with Cascade and Halletrau Mittelfruh. It is completed with Orange Peel and Vanilla to give it a fruity & creamy, well balanced taste profile.
While it’s usually frowned upon by craft connoisseurs, this style is technically demanding to brew. With no strong flavours in the mix to pull focus or beg forgiveness, everything has to be just right – including the quality of the ingredients. Enter Red Shed Malting’s barley and our chosen adjunct: the humble potato. True to style, we brewed this beer at a higher sugar concentration before diluting it with water just like all the multinational breweries do!
Copper colour with toasty, caramel, and bready notes. Brewed using only Alberta Malt, with a portion of the revenue going to the Calgary Zoological Foundation.
An incredibly refreshing, citrus-focused margarita gose, delivering lime flavour up front, a perfect level of salt for balance, and a hint of orange juice to finish.