On tap: new releases from Dageraad, Beere and Andina

Here’s what we’re killing the Covid with this week…

Photo courtesy of @dageraadbeer

6° by Dageraad Brewing 

Belgian-style sour ale • 7.0% ABV • 650 mL bottles

This lightly soured dubbel was brewed with 400 pounds of Montmorency cherries. 6° promises to be “fruit-forward, [with a] rich and flavourful malt character giving a balanced structure while the tartness ensures the beer is never too heavy, always inviting the next sip.” Available at Dageraad’s Burnaby tasting room, online for local curbside delivery and Canada Post order provincewide and in select craft beer stores across B.C.


Photo courtesy of @beerebrewingco

Pinky Tuscadero by Beere Brewing Co.

Raspberry Lemonade Sour Ale • 5.0% ABV • 473 mL tall cans 

This sour ale by North Vancouver’s Beere Brewing is loaded with a healthy dose of raspberry puree, a little lemon to add some zip and a touch of dry hops to add some citrusy complexity. Brewed with oats for a smooth body and fermented with kviek for a little something extra.


Photo courtesy of @andinabrewingco

Cocolat by Andina Brewing

Toasted coconut and chocolate stout • 5.5% ABV • 473 mL tall cans

This dark, rich oatmeal stout by East Vancouver’s Andina Brewing is brewed with British and Munich malts, plus smooth dark malts for a rich chocolate taste. After that, it’s loaded with toasted coconut and cocoa nibs to make it a real cold weather treat. Quantities are limited and sure to fly off the shelves again this year.

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