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Can-Conditioned Beer

Can-Conditioned Beer

"What is can-conditioned beer all about?"

Can-conditioning is the simple method of adding sugar and fresh yeast to beer during the packaging process and allowing some time for the beer to re-ferment and carbonate inside the can or bottle. Another way of looking at it is giving some more food to the yeast to eat after it's been sealed inside it's final serving vessel.

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Beer Glassware

Beer Glassware

"What's with all the different beer glasses?"

This is a question we get asked often. There are distinct advantages when using different shaped glassware for specific beer styles. The glassware's shape can help with aromatics, allow more light through, or preserve carbonation. Our Brewmaster Sam showcases our recommended glasses in this video.

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Our Labels

Our Labels

Every good beer starts with a story. That's why we feel it's important to tell each beer's tale on our labels. The name, flavours, and brewing process. It's a lot to communicate on a cylinder-shaped canvas measuring 21cm x 14cm. We start by dividing our can designs into sides based on the three fields of vision, or...

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How to Pour a Can-Conditioned Beer

How to Pour a Can-Conditioned Beer

Many of our brews are naturally can-conditioned. Can-conditioning is a process that helps give a beer nice and soft carbonation. We do this by leaving a small amount of sugar and yeast in the beer right before packaging. This addition allows the beer to referment inside the can, preserving the quality and enhancing...

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