C'EST WHAT DURHAM

From our brewery in Pickering
Al's Cask Ale
An all-Cascade hopped, malt-forward smooth, easy drinking ale in the tradition of an English bitter. 4.3% ABV, 27 IBU.
Blak Katt
An Irish-style stout made with the goodness of oats. 5.7% ABV, 29 IBU.
ESB
Extra Special Bitter: A balanced English-style ale that is nitrogen-infused for a creamy, smooth reminder of your favourite local. 5.2% ABV, 41 IBU.
Ginger Wheat
A New World wheat beer that features a ginger snap balanced by soothing green tea and aromatic blood orange. 4.5% ABV, 22 IBU.
Hemp Haze
Unfiltered, featuring toasted hemp seed that adds body to the generous Centennial, Melon, and Citra dry-hopping. Honeydew and citrus balanced by stone fruit undertones. 5.0% ABV, 52 IBU.
Hop Addict
An old-school pale ale. Left-coast hopping balances a malty loyalist backbone. Our master brewer, Michael Duggan leans heavily on his past hit creations, Tankhouse and Duggan's #9 to update this decades old recipe from our founder, Bruce Halstead. 5.4% ABV, 50 IBU.
Joan's Dark Secret
A dark ale in the style of an English mild brown ale. Enjoy the dark side of a “light” beer. 4.3% ABV, 33 IBU.
Mocha Porter
The love child of Coffee Porter and Steve’s Dreaded Chocolate Ale. A coffee forward creamy, smooth, mellow roasted symphony of complementary flavours. Featuring fair trade, organic Haitian single origin cocoa nibs and our special blend of coffee roasted by Everyday Gourmet at the St. Lawrence Market. 6.0% ABV, 31 IBU.
Red Dragon
An Irish-style Red with a rich, malty toasted character. 5.2% ABV, 27 IBU.
Starlight
A clean, light, lagered ale. 4.7% ABV, 22 IBU.
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Hops

Hops contain oils, bitter acids, and resins that counterbalance the sweetness of the malted barley, add flavour, provide aroma, and help preserve the beer.

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Yeast

Yeast, although present in all fermented beverages, was not discovered until the 18th century.

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Malt

Made from grain, usually barley, that has undergone a process of wettng and drying called malltng before the brewer can use it.

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