THE BEERS

From hoppy IPAs to crispy cider, there is a perfect brew for every burger. Ask your server what they have on tap from Quidi Vidi Brewing Co., Landwash Brewery, YellowBelly Brewery, and Ninepenny Brewing to get a taste of the local brews that can also help you win!

One Wave Blonde Ale

Blonde Ale

Our go-to beer after a long brew day, One Wave uses our favourite Old World hops – Czech Saaz and French Strisselspalt – to create light citrus and spice notes that make for an easy drinking but flavourful blonde ale.

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That Much Ocean

New England IPA

Inspired by the cloudy, hazy beers of New England, That Much Ocean is loaded with Azacca and Mosaic hops for a juicy aroma of orange and tropical fruits without the bitterness you might expect from a British or West Coast IPA.

Brackish Sour Ale with Newfoundland Sea Salt

Gose

 

Featuring the beautiful sea salt from Newfoundland Salt Company, Brackish is our interpretation of a German Gose (pronounced gose-ah), a tart and refreshing wheat ale. Instead of the traditional coriander, we’ve used Citra hops to add more bight lemony and orange aromatics.

Landwash Brewery

181 Commonwealth Ave, Mount Pearl

Iceberg

Lager

 

A light golden lager made with 20,000 year old iceberg water. The purest most refreshing beer on earth.

Crown and Anchor

Lager

Roll the dice on this sessionable crystal clear lager. Thirst quenching and refreshing with hints of grain sweetness.

Squeezebox

New England IPA

Bursting with fresh peach and nectarine flavors. Definitely a jam.

Quidi Vidi Brewing Co.

35 Barrows Rd, St. John's

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Long Pond Blonde

Blonde Ale

Easy drinking rounded and smooth with hints of citrus the Long Pond Blonde is a go to after a hard days work and one of our most popular beer.

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Original Sin

White IPA

Brewed with lemongrass and coriander, this crowd favorite presents moderate spice and phenol character, fruity eaters with undertones of citrus and stone fruit.

Farmer's Riot
Red Ale

Red Ale

Notes:  this traditional red ale uses low carbonation to highlight the caramel and roasted toffee falvours while the bittering hops add just enough bittering and earthiness to balance this malt-forward beer.

Ninepenny Brewing

75 Conception Bay Hwy, Conception Bay South

Fighting Irish
Red Ale

Red Ale

Big malty flavour, long finish. Lightly carbonated and heavy in body the roast barley contributes complex flavours like burnt toast, strawberry jam, coffee, chocolate and leather.

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Come From Away

North Eastern IPA

Made with three hops; Cashmere, Cascade and Amarillo. Hints of peach, melon, tangerines, orange, grapefruit and a soupcon of coconut, lime and flowers. Much like this is accentuated by the distinct charter of the Vermont Ale yeast. The mouthfeel contributed by the oats and wheat in the mash of this brew is silky and full, presented unfiltered.

Ciderberg

Cider

Apple cider made with pristine iceberg water from ancient icebergs. Crisp and clean, it is presented off-dry (1.50Brix). It is back-sweetened with cider post-fermentation. There are no added sugars, acids or flavourings. It is lovely on its own or on ice.

YellowBelly Brewery

288 Water St, St. John's

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