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New Craft Beer

As barbecue season beckons, it’s time to crack a few cold ones and light up the grill. Crisp and smooth, with a satisfying, hoppy edge, these new craft brews — including two brand new ales from Ontario — are robust enough to stand beside big, bold flavours, from spicy sausages to smoky, stacked-up burgers.

 

FLIGHT TIME

Beer tasting is a fun way to try new craft beers. Serve in small glassware (not plastic cups), and sip from lightest to heaviest.

 

BITTER IS BEST

Pale ales, including IPAs, have a pleasantly bitter taste. The beer is balanced and malty, but the hops stay front and centre, making for a complex, satisfying sip.

 

 TRY THEM WITH

These new craft ales sip well with anything grilled, especially smoky or spicy fare. They’re also delicious with traditional pub grub.

 


   

1. INNIS & GUNN IPA

This light Scottish IPA is brewed with a new extra- pale, biscuity malt that tastes outstanding alongside its blend of bitter hops. Splendid for those first sips on the deck.

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2. AMSTERDAM BREWERY PALE RIDER

Perfect for casual barbecues, this new Toronto microbrew pairs the crisp qualities of lager with the robust and satisfying character of an IPA.

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3. LOST CRAFT CRIMZEN

 An English-style red ale from Toronto’s Lost Craft Brewing, this smooth new beer offers apple, caramel and toffee notes. Fantastic with burgers or steak.

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4. FOUNDERS ALL DAY IPA

This award-winning Michigan microbrew is naturally crafted with a lively mix of malts, grains and hops. Enjoy with spicy barbecue.

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