Sleeman Breweries – Better beer for all.

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Sleeman

Founded in 1834 by John H. Sleeman, shut down in 1933 for involvement in bootlegging during prohibition, and reopened 50 years later by John Sleeman with his family’s original recipe book, the Sleeman Brewery currently produces over ten unique brews, with additional seasonals created every year. Staying true to its roots, Sleeman Brewery continues the tradition of brewing beer that is Notoriously Good.

Sleeman website

Sapporo

Sapporo is Japan’s oldest beer, first brewed in 1876 by German-trained Japanese brewmaster Seibei Nakagawa. Sapporo’s crisp and refreshing taste has been enjoyed for over half a century in North America. Today, this top-selling Japanese beer is internationally renowned as a leading premium brand.

Sapporo website

Unibroue

The first brewery of its kind in North America, Unibroue has become one of the world's foremost brewers of bottle-refermented specialty ales, inspired by the great Belgian brewing tradition first established by Trappist monks hundreds of years ago. Unibroue’s ales are alive, increase in complexity over time, and with proper storage, can be aged for three to five years.

Unibroue website

Okanagan Spring

Established in 1985 and still brewing in the same location today, the Okanagan Spring Brewery resides in the heart of BC’s treasured Okanagan Valley. For all those who appreciate the craftsmanship that goes into making a great beer, Okanagan Spring continues to deliver on its promise to brew exceptional ales and lagers that offer a distinctive taste and unsurpassed quality.

Okanagan Spring website

Pabst Blue Ribbon

Pabst Blue Ribbon's history dates back to 1844, when it was brewed in the finest traditions of an American Premium Lager. The ORIGINAL Blue Ribbon beer uses the choicest natural ingredients to provide its prized flavour. The original smoothness goes down easy — without even a hint of bitter aftertaste. Today, this classic American beer is being adopted by a new generation of beer drinkers.

Old Milwaukee

Brewed since 1934, Old Milwaukee is a beer rich in American history that has always stood for unwavering quality. Old Milwaukee offers consumers an American-style lager that is crisp, clean and made for easy drinking. It doesn’t get any better than this!

Black Bull

Brewed by the Stroh Brewery in Wisconsin, Black Bull is an American-style beer with a medium body and a sweet aroma of grain and malts.

Colt 45

A well-recognized and popular strong beer brand throughout North America, Colt 45 has a distinctive taste profile that starts off crisp and finishes smooth and easy. Colt 45 is a tried-and-true favourite among consumers who agree “It works every time!”

Maclays Pale Ale

Maclays Pale Ale is renowned for its golden colour and fine head, a nose that gives mild aromas of binned apples and a light and creamy mouth feel with smooth, mild malt and hop flavours.

Rainier

Rainier knows what consumers want when it comes to a great American-style lager. Our use of fresh ingredients and pure mountain water creates a beer that is smooth and drinkable with an overall crisp, fresh taste. Celebrating its Pacific Northwest roots, Rainier has been keeping customers satisfied with its Mountain Fresh taste since 1878!

Red Bull

Brewed by the Stroh Brewery in Wisconsin, Red Bull is a strong and robust beer with aromas of pear, malt and grain. It is brewed with special roasted malt, to give the brew remarkable smoothness and a creamy finish.

Upper Canada

Upper Canada Brewing Company was the first microbrewery in Toronto. Two brands are offered: the most popular of its brews, Upper Canada Lager, a German-style lager; and Upper Canada Dark Ale, with a robust malty character and a rich chestnut colour.