A Toast to Brews from Coast to Coast, Happy Canada Day!

Add to the celebration with these classic Canadian brews

This long weekend, embark on a cross-country adventure without leaving your backyard! Celebrate Canada Day with friends and family by sipping on iconic Canadian brews. Check out our lineup of Canadian favs to help elevate whatever festivities you’ve got planned!

  • Molson Canadian
    Duh! Start your journey with a true Canadian classic. Brewed with Canadian water, prairie barley, and no preservatives, Molson Canadian is as clean, crisp, and fresh as the country it represents. This lager’s smooth and refreshing taste makes it a perfect kickoff to your celebration!

  • Old Style Pilsner
    Next, head west with Old Style Pilsner, a staple in Western Canada. This well-balanced, clean, and crisp lager boasts a medium body, a smooth palate, and a distinctive hoppy aroma and finish. At 5.0% ABV, it’s a great choice for those who truly appreciate a traditional pilsner.

  • Rickard's Red
    A pop of red is a staple at any Canada Day celebration! Go one step further and stock up on Rickard’s Red, a full-flavored, medium-bodied red ale hailing from British Columbia. Featuring a slight hoppy bitterness balanced with candy-like caramel malt sweetness, this beer pairs perfectly with grilled meats - the obvious companion for any Canada Day BBQ.

  • Fine Company
    Invite the fine company of the east coast with Fine Company brewing! Inspired by the friendly personalities out east, Fine Company’s Hans is a chill, smooth, brew from New Brunswick with a grapefruit zest for life! This beer is perfect for social gatherings, ensuring everyone feels right at home.

  • Granville Island Brewing
    Next, transport your taste buds to Vancouver with Granville Island Brewing’s hazy, juicy Kitsilano IPA. Dry-hopped with Azacca and Mosaic hops, this beer is perfect for enjoying sunsets by the beach, even if you’re just in your backyard.

  • Brasseur de Montréal
    Finally, finish your journey in Montreal, with Brasseur de Montréal’s Normanville, a Hazy IPA. This beer balances bitterness with fruity notes of pear and pink guava, while its hazy color evokes the steam of the old Rosemont chimneys, paying homage to the city’s history.

Can you think of a better way to celebrate than by tasting your way across the country? We can’t! And with that, we say cheers, Canada! Happy long weekend!

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