We all know that craft beers are a popular choice for people who enjoy their beer. In this post, I will be talking about the best craft beers to try. These types of brews have been available in Canada since 2013 and they can now be found at most liquor stores across the country.
In order to find out which ones were worth trying, we sampled 76 different options from coast-to-coast and ranked them based on appearance, aroma, flavour profile and mouthfeel with a final score out of 100 points.
- Shock Top Belgian White – A light refreshing beer with a crisp hoppy flavor. It’s an easy drinking beer that goes down smooth without any bitterness or aftertaste.
- Left Hand Milk Stout Nitro: The milk stout is one of my favorite types of stouts because it’s sweet and creamy, but not too heavy like other stouts can be; it’s got enough body to make you feel like you’re indulging in something special (but really, at 4% alcohol content
- IPA (India Pale Ale): Is one of the most popular styles in America today. It’s typically known as an intense hoppy style that can be bitter or sweet depending on how much hops was used during brewing process. This intense flavor makes it a perfect choice if you’re looking for something with a lot of character, but not so much that you have trouble drinking it due to its intensity.