at NLC (these are all on "Last Chance" prices). I'm not including random seasonals like Christmas beers, or beers with very limited stock
Fat Tug in bottles https://www.nlliquor.com/products/17092 ... l%20Bottle
It's now in cans and fresher (for the time being)
Flying Monkeys Smashbomb Atomic IPA https://www.nlliquor.com/products/18392 ... 73ml%20Can
Le Trou du Diable Saison du Tracteur https://www.nlliquor.com/products/16323 ... l%20Bottle
Once, one of the best beers at NLC.
Peche Mortel https://www.nlliquor.com/products/18395 ... %20Bottles
Rogue's Roost https://www.nlliquor.com/products/18294 ... 73ml%20Can
And no one cares
Spindrift Knotty Buoy https://www.nlliquor.com/products/17256 ... 73ml%20Can
In new beer news, Quidi Vidi's long-awaited Bog and Barrens Bakeapple Gose
is finally in NLC.! https://www.nlliquor.com/products/20321 ... ple%20Gose
Website says about 2000 cans in-store in St. John's metro, so that's good news. None past Carbonear I'm afraid.
There are a couple of other new beers, but I don't want you to buy them. I will tell you about them, but instead of these beers, go buy a Port Rexton or a Landwash can. Or a growler at Split Rock or Baccalieu. Or even a liter of Yellowbelly. f you have to go to NLC, buy a QV Dayboil, or Calm Tom. Don't buy these below.
Kona Big Wave Golden Ale 6 Pack Bottles
is in a limited number of stores https://www.nlliquor.com/products/20534 ... %20Bottles
Fun fact: This "Hawaiian" beer was probably made in New Hampshire. Kona is part of the Craft Brewers Alliance, which is partly owned by Anheuser-Busch. Wonder why we get Kona beer in Newfoundland? For the same reason we get Labatt, Mill Street, Goose Island, Hoegaarden, Stella Artois... ABInbev money and distribution channels.
Creemore Springs has a new 6-pack of tall cans
, including their premium lager, pilsner and newish Boundless IPA. Also looks like Boundless will be in singles as well. Mmm... mediocrity.
https://www.nlliquor.com/products/20583 ... ack%20Cans
https://www.nlliquor.com/products/20748 ... 73ml%20Can
Wonder why we get so much Creemore beer in Newfoundland? For the same reason we get Coors, Molson, Granville Island, Tiger Beer, Heineken... MolsonCoors money and distribution channels.
So drink better, support local. If you have to drink macro beer (and you shouldn't) at least buy something brewed in Newfoundland and employing people here.
The next beer you try might be the best beer you will ever have.
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