Trail Head- Blonde Ale
The beginning of a trail that leads to something remarkable at the end.
This light blond ale is smooth and easy drinking beer for everyone that is scared to try something darker.
ABV- 4.5%,IBU- 18,SRM- 5
Tree Top- Citrus Ale
A light and easy drinking blonde with a kick of citrus to it. A great deck drinking beer that will require you to have more than one.
ABV-3.8%, IBU-14, SRM-10
Naughty Pine-Wheat Ale
The Naughty Pine was alone tree founded by early pioneers to the Innisfail area. Tales tells of the tree throwing pinecones down upon the people sleeping beneath. This beer started as an ill-behaved seeding which evolved into a smooth enjoyable wheat ale. Encompassing citrus making it a well-rounded beer for any occasion.
ABV- 5%, IBU- 24, SRM- 6
Cruisin’ down the hill on your two wheeler, dodging trees and branches, there is always that one Gnarley Stump that comes out of nowhere and gets you. This IPA is one of those Gnarley Stumps that will jump out at you and knock you down.
ABV-6.0%, IBU-60, SRM-9
We started by throwing in some hops, then we added some more hops and then topped it off with, you guessed it, more hops. This juicy IPA will allow you to taste those hops.
Morning Wood-Amber Ale
Arising each morning to a vibrant sunrise, taking that first deep breath of fresh air is how this beer tastes. It explodes of a caramel sweetness that just over powers the hop bitterness. A brilliant red ale.
ABV- 5.2%, IBU- 25, SRM- 15
The famous ice cream loving bear from the Innisfail Wildlife park inspired this tasty honey ale. With mild bitterness and a great sent of honey, make a good beer.
ABV- 5.5%, IBU- 35, SRM- 15
A Kodiak bear is known to Alberta as one of the most common bears. This brown ale has a chocolate and roasted taste to it.
ABV-5.5%, IBU-22, SRM-30
This dark stout has its own share of chocolate taste along side a balance of mild bitterness. With its great roasted finish it will be a beer you will come back to.
ABV- 6.1%, IBU- 50, SRM- 38