16 Taps of Great Tasting Craft Beer, Cider & Wine

Slopeside Pilsner   ABV 5%   IBU 3                                                                                      Brewed: Pacific Western Brewing, BC

A West Coast classic since the eighties. Pilsner is brewed using an ISO-certified, all malt recipe but the standout ingredient is our BC spring water, essential to a great Pilsner brew. Keeping true to the original Czech style that it is based on, this is a crisp, clean, golden lager that has a good malt character but is accented toward the hop with its aroma and dry finish.

Carlsberg    ABV 5%   IBU 3%                                                                                                Brewed: Denmark

A refreshing and uniquely characterful international premium Pilsner with a malty backbone and balanced bitterness

High Country Kölsch    ABV 4.5%  IBU 10                                                                           Brewed: Mt Begbie, Revelstoke

High Country Kölsch is a pale, mildly hopped beer, which originated in Köln, Germany. It is brewed with authentic Kölschbier yeast. It is the yeast combined with a portion of wheat malt that gives this beer its unique, delicate characteristic flavour.

Kronenbourg 1664 Blanc         ABV 5.0%       IBU 7                                                           Brewed: France

Kronenbourg 1664 Blanc is a premium wheat beer that turns every beer moment in to a sip of French pleasure. Brewed in Alsace, France, Kronenbourg 1664 Blanc uses an old Belgian Wit beer recipe, and adds citrus, giving it a fresh fruity flavour.

Honey Brown       ABV 5.2%        IBU 3                                                                                  Brewed: Guelph, Ontario

Our Honey Brown boasts a rich copper colour with a creamy, off-white foam, creating a full-bodied lager with a touch of natural honey and a slightly sweet finish. The distinctive clover honey notes in this fine brew accent the aromas of toasted grain and caramel.

Iron Road ISA                           ABV 4%      IBU 40                                                                Brewed: Iron Road, Kamloops

This “India Session Ale” was designed for summer patio drinking.  With its malty backbone, this ISA has an aromatic, playful and flavourful side

Steamworks Pale Ale          ABV 5.2%   IBU 40                                                                   Brewed: Steamworks, Vancouver

A light copper colour, this northwest style pale ale combines hints of lightly toasted hints of malts with a floral and citrus hop aroma that tingles the senses.  Undertones of malt sweetness and a balanced hop bitterness makes for a refreshing finish.

Parallel 49 Tricycle Radler     ABV 3.5%    IBU 11                                                              Brewed: Parallel 49, Vancouver, BC

Tart grapefruit juice and crisp lager make this summer hybrid a real thirst quencher.  A sweet, medium bodied taste lingers, with a fresh and fruity lager background.

IPA                 ABV 6.25%   IBU 78                                                                                           Brewed: Red Collar, Kamloops

A traditional English style IPA using primarily Australian hops. Red Collar IPA is brewed with Kamloops water, Canadian malt, English ale yeast, and a blend of Pacific Northwest hops. Unpasteurized, unfiltered and naturally carbonated.

Saison                 ABV 6.5%   IBU 30                                                                                       Brewed: Four Winds, Vancouver

This fresh twist on a Pale Ale is brewed with aromatic hops and finished with notes of fruit, flower and spice.  Gold in colour, a light bitterness coincides with wheat malts for a balanced finish.

Dark Matter             ABV 5.3%        IBU 26                                                                          Brewed: Hoyne, Victoria

The Dark Matter pours a deep chocolate brown colour. This beer smells of a chocolate and nut with a solid malt base and a touch of northwest hops to go with it. The taste starts off very smooth and light then a chocolate flavour starts to take over. This chocolate taste melds into a strong coffee finish that leaves the mouth waiting for more. Hoyne labels this beer as “Definitely not a stout, far from a porter, hardly a brown ale.” While this doesn’t leave a lot of options the taste resembles somewhere between a Brown ale and a Porter but not really either specifically. This beer has great dark flavour but tastes with the ease of a much lighter beer.

Rotating Tap

We feature rotating kegs while supplies last!  Working with our partners, we provide you with refreshing seasonal flavours that deliver a memorable experience for any craft beer enthusiast.