Talisman Pale Ale
Delicate hops and citrus with exotic nose (draught)
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Typically light to medium body, these easy drinking session beers feature mild hop aromas that work with or without food.
Delicate hops and citrus with exotic nose (draught)
Peach with a touch of caramel and a bitter finish
Sweet fruits, caramel & cinnamon. Medium bodied w/ long, dry finish
Lightly malted ales that appear golden in colour and sweet on the nose. Smooth to drink with a long sweet finish.
Light and clean with a hint of hop and subtle malt flavour (draught)
Bright hops with a juicy, tropical fruit finish (draught)
Brewed with juniper, lemon & black pepper with a citrusy finish (draught)
Fresh grapefruit juice & Parallel 49 Lager (draught)
Tropical fruit & citrus with toasted grainy notes
Slightly malty with a touch of citrus, clean dry finish
Slight tropical fruit notes with coriander and mild hops
Light spice w/ prominent hops. Grassy floral aroma & quenching finish
Citrus, apricot, & cinnamon. Very well balanced
Organic, classic quenching pilsner style (gluten free)
These pale to light coloured ales are bottle conditioned & fermented 3 times for a light, champagne-like carbonation.
Blond, robust & smooth. Balanced fruit finish
Upfront caramel & apricot, with a dry hoppy finish
Golden haze, notes of citrus & toast. Finishes fresh & dry
Fruity, toasty, aromas, with dry with notes of caramelized sugar (Gluten free)
Citrus & tropical fruit nose, great carbonation, balanced bitter finish
Belgian strong ales are pale to golden in colour with a relatively light body for a beer of its alcoholic strength. Often brewed with light coloured Belgian "candy" sugar, these beers are easier drinking than you'd expect.
Tropical fruit meets wild yeast funk. Moderately bitter & balanced (draught)
Hazy IPA with notes of tropical fruit, orange & grapefruit (draught)
Light, crisp & approachable, with a champagne mouthfeel
Surprisingly malty for its light body. Long, fruit-driven finish (draught)
Surprisingly malty for its light body. Long, fruit-driven finish
The original strong golden ale. Fluffy white head and a round mouthfeel
Belgian wheat beers are known for their pale golden colour with an unfiltered cloudy hue. Citrus and coriander on the nose and velvety consistency.
Fruity with notes of orange peel, coriander, black liquorice (draught)
Higher carbonation with a dry finish. Light cardamom aroma
Balanced and refreshing beer packed with a zesty strawberry flavor
Showcasing the best of BC's bounty, these local ciders are fantastic on their own and outstanding with our cuisine
Brewed with raspberries. Mildly tart with a fruity dry finish (draught)
Effervescent and fruit forward, off dry with vibrant acidity
Botanical and zesty with an off-dry finish (serves 1-3)
Widely considered to be the best Belgian beers, Trappiste beers are brewed in monasteries by Monks. They are all bottle conditioned, making them the richest and most flavourful beers, and were said to be "all one needs."
Bittersweet gives way to espresso midpalate. Smooth, rich finish
Densely compacted aroma of caramel and roasted nuts
Scents of jasmine & apples. Slightly bitter hazelnut finish. Awesome!
Orange & banana aroma. Long, dry, slightly hoppy to end
Butterscotch, banana & clove intertwined for a velvety mouthfeel
Raisins, rum & plums giving way to a lasting, dry finish
Belgian dark strong ales are deep reddish brown in colour. Ranging from medium to full-bodied, they will be slightly sweet and quite rich with a nutty or coffee finish. Look for dried fruit and intense flavours.
Blend of rich malt, brewed with mission figs (draught)
Prunes & chocolate with a rich mouthfeel, pleasant bittersweet finish
Concord grapes & plums upfront with a port-like finish. Intense
Roasted malt, smooth, with a bittersweet finish
Bold dark ale, malty with a touch of chocolate
Nutty bread & toffee nose with tastes of dried fruit & malt
Dried fruit & spices backed by yeasty hops. Outstanding!
Not for the faint of heart, these beers are all aged in oak to get a rare sour finish. They will walk the fine line of sweet, tart and dry, often resulting in thirst quenching satisfaction. Some are rested with macerated fruit.
Quenching and balanced with mild, natural salinity (draught)
Flemish ale with hints of falernum & balsamic (draught)
Rich and juicy with a pleasant balance of fruit and acidity
Malty sour cherries, with a sharp acidity and touch of vanilla
Pleasant sour balance with light oak, black currant aromas
Golden honey in colour, highly carbonated with a tart green apple finish
Balanced fruit & tartness with a clean, cherry-red body
Nose of sour cherries & almonds. Complex Vinous mouthfeel
Aged on oak and bottle conditioned for a champagne-like carbonation
Light acidity with flavours of apricot and peach. Floral finish
Flemish ale with flavors of dark malt, hints of Belgian cherry, and light oak
Large format bottles to be shared with the table
Notes of burnt orange & star anise. Moderately dry, refreshing finish
Candied malt with notes of plums, cherries & light bread
Brut lambic made in the Champagne method
Aged in Côte de Nuits barrels for a superbly smooth & lightly tart finish
Outstanding balance of tartness and mild ginger spice. Mild, herbal brett
Light spice and honey. Herbaceous and floral finish
Hazy copper colour, hints of apricot with a semi-dry finish
Dark brown ale, honey with spiced touches
Outstanding blonde ale. Refreshing & crisp upfront. Long dry finish
Blond, robust and smooth. Balanced fruit finish
Rich aroma with a unique combination of aromatic hops and spices
Please note: All items are subject to seasonal changes.
Nico Schuermans — Head chef