The opening of the Craft Beer and Wine Kiosk at The Forks is SO CLOSE, and we can't wait to celebrate with you with a bevvy in the Food Hall!
We've got our first lineup of beers to sip with your fish and chips and wines to enjoy with your Greek salad.
So, who chooses the craft beer and wine?
We tasked Canadian-based professional sommelier and beverage business development specialist, William Predhomme, with choosing the beer and wine for our new Craft Beer and Wine Kiosk. Oh boy, did he deliver!
William says when he heard about the Craft Beer and Wine Kiosk, he couldn't say no. He created a list that is nothing like any other licensed Food Hall in Canada – a truly craft list not bound by large suppliers and with something that everyone will like.
All of our beer and wine has been carefully chosen to pair with the delicious food in The Market.
Without further ado... ????????
I can't wait until these taps start pouring the nectar of Gods. #Winnipeg #TheForks #beertime #craftbeer
A photo posted by Mike Smith (@wpg_msmith) on May 29, 2016 at 7:04pm PDT
Which craft beers?
We've handpicked the best beers to go with your Skinner's hot dog:
- Hop City Barking Squirrell
- Samuel Adams Boston Lager
- Erdinger Weissbier
- Stiegle Radler
- Rhyme & Reason APA
- Saugatack Brewing The Reverend Monk
- Pommies Apple Cider
- Local features from Half Pints Brewery and Fort Garry Brewing
We will serve beer in 12 or 16 ounce servings for $8-10 a glass. You can also get flights that will feature four, four ounce beers for $12-20.
### Which wines?
We've chosen wines that come from as far away as Portugal and South Africa, to as local as British Columbia and Ontario.
- Bengamine Bridge Tial Bay
- Opawa Pino Noir
- A.A. Badenhorst Family Wines The Curator Red 2012
- Sepp Moser Gruner Veltliner
- Cliff Lede Cabernet Sauvignon
- Leaning Post The Fifty Unoaked Chardonnay (Owned by former Winnipeggers!)
- Leaning Post Syrah
We will serve six ounce glasses for $8-40 dollars a glass. You can also get wine flights that feature three, two ounce wines for $12 and $20.
A photo posted by John Medina (@itsalexmedina_) on May 24, 2016 at 6:05pm PDT
The Craft Beer and Wine Kiosk will be opening VEEERRYY soon. Keep an eye out for announcements of the opening date, hours, and new food tenants!