Canadian Beer

No industry connections. No brewery experience. Limited funds. Sounds like a recipe for disaster, right? Not the case for Shehan De Silva, founder of Lost Craft Brewery.
Nothing pairs better during a hot summer day than a cold beer, and there's no better way to experience that cold beer than at the best beer festivals across the country. From coast to coast, Canadians have taken a dedicated interest in craft beer, and it shows; many new beer festivals have popped up in the last few years, and despite being relatively new, have grown to substantial proportions.
With the advance in modern technology and brewers finding alternative grain bases like corn, rice, millet, buckwheat and sorghum, there are now a handful of breweries that have responded with some surprisingly good alternatives. Here are five gluten-free beers that are sure not to disappoint.
MONTREAL — A beer war is brewing in Canada as SABMiller seeks to grow its presence following its divorce from partner Molson
This year, a Sir John A. Macdonald-inspired beer was launched to "celebrate the heritage and greatness of being Canadian" and mark his 200th birthday. Looking closer at the real history, should we celebrate Sir John A as a beloved Canadian hero?
It's time to end the Canadian vs. American beer lore, and Buzzfeed has just the people to do it. In the wonderful video posted
It's time to sing out Canada's praises. You might remember the Canadian beer fridge from this year's Winter Olympics, the
TORONTO -- Two brewing giants are heading back to court in their battle over the Canadian distribution rights for several
There are a few things Canadians get theirs chests puffed up about when it comes to nationalism, and the Olympics manages