Weekly Craft Beer Tasting Notes & New Arrivals: July 22

Every Monday (or sometimes Tuesday!) we’ll be posting tasting notes on the latest craft beer arrivals. Check out what’s new!


Burnside White Out Barley Wine 650ml (Portland)


Central City/Elysian Amarillo I-5 Ale 650ml (Surrey/Seattle)
Pours a deep orangish colour. Enticing notes of orange, caramel, vanilla and spicy hops on the nose. Nice and light-bodied on the palate, but very flavourful with rich malt notes citrusy orange hop notes. Pleasantly dry finish. Great summer ale.


Green Leaf Pie Hole Pale Ale 650ml (North Vancouver)
Pours a cloudy orangish brown colour. Nice notes of honey and citrus on the nose. Big fruity/citrus notes on the palate backed by a nice malty sweetness. Perfect hoppy, dry finish. Big carbonation, medium bodied.

 bitter leaf

Green Leaf Bitter Leaf IPA 650ml (North Vancouver)
Pours a burnt orange colour. At 8% ABV, this is big for a standard IPA. Rich notes of orange, caramel and creamsicle on the nose. The palate has lots of sweet malt notes, plenty of hoppy fruit notes and a wallop of bitterness on the dry finish. A big, malty IPA.


Jever Pilsener 500ml (Germany)


Logsdon Oak-aged Bretta 750ml (Portland)


New Belgium Transatlantique Kriek 650ml (Colorado)


Satan Gold & Satan Red 330ml (Belgium)