It’s nighttime in a taproom just like ours. All is quiet, or is it? The Central Albertan House Hippo is found throughout Red Deer and surrounding Alberta cities. House Hippos build their nests in refrigerators using hops, malt, and yeast. The nests have to be comfortable and cool, since House Hippos taste best chilled.
Brave Noise is a global collaboration beer with a very brave purpose. Stepping up and speaking out for equity in the beer industry, Brave noise roars in the face of silence. It pushes breweries to take intentional action and hold each other accountable. No more pushing the issues under the rug. It’s a call to fight for safe places and inclusive environments.
We know you never back down. When a warning says “don’t try this at home” there’s a chance you’ve already done it. It’s honestly getting a bit out of hand, but we respect the dedication. This triple IPA is all about that dedication, so we made it in collaboration with Dog Island Brewing because it takes all the power we have to make a Triple Dog Dare for the person who never backs down.
We are the Knights Who Say NE(IPA), and we shall say NE(IPA) to you again if you do not appease us. We demand…a shrubbery! Or a beer. A beer would work, too. One that looks nice, and not too expensive. Actually, forget the shrubbery. A beer would work just fine for the knights who say NE(IPA)!
Finally, a reason to stop associating blackberry with cell phones, and start associating it with beer! Made in the Shade: Blackberry is the fifth fruit beer in our Made in The Shade series, and is every bit as good as the beers that came before it. Here just in time for the end of summer!
See this beer name is clever for a few reasons. First and foremost, “Raise the Woof” sounds like “Raise the Roof” which is a fine joke on its own. Then you consider this is a collaboration with Central Alberta Humane Society and it’s like “Oh, I get it. They have dogs!” BUT IT GETS BETTER. “Raise the Woof” is also a double entendre for partying, and for raising a dog you’ve adopted.
You can look in all the beer parlors all down Main Street, but the dream of the season is getting brewed at Troubled Monk! Made in collaboration with Yakima Chief Hops, Summer Wages is a pale ale for the end of a long day on the job. Whether you’re working hard or hardly working, you’ve earned your summer wages.
A few times we’ve been around that track so it’s not gonna happen like that ‘cause this ain’t no hollaback beer, this is a Hefeweizen. It’s a beer style from Bavaria, but this time it was made in Red Deer, Alberta. THIS beer is bananas, B-A-N-A-N-A-S (because of its unique flavor profile).
At Troubled Monk we make beer, and leave the cooking to professionals. Lucky for you- we’ve invited those professionals to be here all summer long. When you swing by the Taproom for a sip on the patio, you can grab some grub while you’re at it!