Summer Craft Beer Collection

Welcome to an incredible collection of highly rated, premium craft beers, perfect for summer, that has been curated by our experts for true beer lovers. From exciting new, on-trend fruity brews to sensational sours, explore specialty local beers, plus some incredible offerings from the U.S., Italy and Belgium. The large-format bottles are perfect for sharing, too (but we understand if you want to keep them for yourself!).

The collection is available only online and only for a limited time — get yours now!

Beau's De Berry's Treasure

This tangy German gose-style beer from Ottawa is brand new and boasts organic black raspberries and rhubarb for fruity flavours and a clean, slightly salty finish. It pours bright red — the perfect accompaniment to watching the sun set!

RateBeer Score: Coming soon

600 mL

Left Field Greenwood IPA

Bright and juicy, this fruity local IPA boasts Citra, Simcoe, Centennial and Summer hops, as well as peach, orange and pineapple flavours.  It pairs perfectly with a backyard, friends and pepperoni pizza.

RateBeer Score: 97

650 mL

Rodenbach Caractère Rouge

Crafted in collaboration with a Michelin-starred chef, this Belgian beauty has a bright hue, thanks to a long fermenting process that includes cherries, raspberries and cranberries. Fruity, of course, and wonderfully sour.

RateBeer Score: 100

750 mL

Modern Times Fruitlands

Serve up this modern gose from California at your next outdoor gathering. Tart and fruity, sour and salty, it’s a remarkable melding of flavours, including passion fruit and guava.

RateBeer Score: 95

473 mL

Ommegang Hennepin

This Belgian saison from Cooperstown, N.Y., is a hoppy farmhouse-style ale with ginger, spice, orange peel and toasted grain flavours, and a wonderful bitterness. It’s great as an aperitif!

RateBeer Score: 96

750 mL

Panil Barriquée Sour

This incredible offering from Italy is a truly premium pick that sour lovers will savour. Triple-fermented and aged in cognac barrels from Burgundy, it's deep, tart and earthy.

RateBeer Score: 99

750 mL