If there’s one this Canadians can do exceptionally well, it’s making a great beer or wine. Maybe it’s the cold that makes us patient and gives us the time to pay attention to the details. Maybe we just have naturally good taste.
With the menu at The Common, we make a point of showcasing how well Canadian beer stands up to the masters brewers in Belgian and Germany. And highlighting that a wine from Canada is just as good (and often better) as top-notch wines from France and Italy.
Here’s what your canuck options are looking like at The Common:
Trius Riesling Niagara Peninsula
Cave Spring CSV Estate Riesling Beamsville Bench 2015
Calliope Figure 8 Cabernet Merlot 2016
Orofino Cabernet Franc Similkameen Valley 2016
Torque Brewing Co.
Tricycle Grapefruit Radler
Half Pints Brewing Co.
Dry Apple Cider
Okanagan Valley, BC
Tippy Canoe Wild Rice Ale
Lake of the Woods
Nonsuch Brewing Co.
Endless Summer Lager
Farmery Estate Brewery
66 New England IPA
Barnhammer Brewing Co.
Fort Garry Brewing Co.
Sundog Belgian White
Bear Paw Honey Lager
Whistler Brewing Co.
That’s 12/20 beers on tap coming from Canadian brewers!
So next time you’re at The Common having a couple drinks, grab one from Canada and one from elsewhere, to compare, contrast, and exercise a little patriotism.