Craft beers have established themselves in a large way, they are beers made in a traditional or non-mechanized way by a small brewery. These drinks have a tendency to have more love put into them because they are made by small breweries rather than huge manufacturing plants. With breweries establishing themselves more, there have been new flavors of craft beer hitting the shelves and taps. With the Edmonton BeerFest coming up it is important to be up to date on the best ones to ever have hit the shelves!
Avery Brewing Liliko’i Kepolo
Not only is the can of Avery Brewing Liliko’i Kepolo creative in engaging, the complexity and flavor of this light cold one make it a hot seller. This beer is brewed in Boulder, Colorado and gives the essence of an earthy and pungent taste that can be sipped.
Sierra Nevada Nooner Pils
Sierra Nevada Nooner Pils is brewed specifically in Chico, California/Mills River, N.C. This beer is a German-style golden lager and can send the person drinking it straight back to Germany with its floral German hops essence.
Weyerbacher Sunday Morning Stout
Weyerbacher Sunday Morning Stout tops the charts with an 11% ABV and is dense with roasted flavors. This Sunday Morning Stout throws in notes of vanilla and spice to offer a unique flavor that a drinker can only find in the Sunday Morning Stout.
So if a cold one is up your alley it is time to start reading up on the best craft beers around! Edmonton BeerFest will be an excellent opportunity for a person to taste and get to know all the different options from around the country.