With the increase in the number of breweries worldwide, it follows there comes a greater variety of beer.
by Culinaire Magazine
About 15 years ago in Alberta, if you wanted to drink gluten-free beer you had exactly one choice.
The India Pale Ale (IPA) as a style, is still the king of the craft beer castle – and truly has been for the last number of years.
Ales are to beer as red is to wine. What that means is ales can be as diverse/different as red wines.
The Rhône Valley in France is home to some of my favourite wines, and to my favourite grape: grenache!
North American Pale Ales tend to share some similarities with their bigger sibling, the IPA.
Sake is an intriguing and versatile beverage with a wholly unique flavour profile, ranging from floral and fruity, to rich and earthy.
Lagers may have been born in central Europe, but they are now brewed in almost every country on earth, usually by some mammoth multi-nati
No longer just destined for a rye and coke or rye and ginger-rye whisky can easily and often does replace bourbon in cocktails or scotch
We did have a few products this year that didn’t really fit into the typical categories we normally have at the Alberta Beverage Awards,
It really is a crime that dessert wines do not get the place of prominence on the dinner table that they once did.
One of my favourite spirits, brandy is a product that simply must stand on its own.
Coolers have an undoubted appeal to consumers; especially ones looking for convenience, simplicity and increasingly novelty in their choi
Pure, clear and neutral – vodka is the number one consumed spirit worldwide and the base for many a cocktail.
If the year 2016 will be remembered for anything by beer lovers, it will be best known as the 500th anniversary of the Reinheitsgebot, or
by David Nuttall