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Posted on November 24, 2014 by Kendra

Here’s the story of a lovely lady, she’s wearing an extremely cozy vest. It’s quilted & built for winter layering, branded with our Steam Whistle crest. Here’s the story, of a few Good Beer Folks, each sporting a vest to call their very own. Something to keep them warm in chilly fridges, true-north rugged Canuck style it envokes. Now these quilted vests, aren’t just for our staffers. You can buy them for a loved one or yourself, we’ll add your name to it and make it custom. From store to tree, care of our merch-store elf! * To get your personalized […]

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Posted on November 14, 2014 by Kendra

We were honoured to take home the award at The Toronto Bike Awards for Best Overall Bike Friendly Business last night! We’re pretty pumped to share this with all The Good Beer Folks that have helped us win this achievement. Whether it was participating in the Ride to Conquer Cancer-while serving suds to spectators out of The Steam Cycle that was custom built for the fundraiser. Co-founder Cam rode that bike a total of 220 km’s during Ride To Conquer Cancer ’12, while serving brews from the back the whole way. We’d also like to thank the folks that have […]

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Posted on November 7, 2014 by Kendra

  Image via : blog.nature.org Cycling is a huge passion of ours here in the land of the Good Beer Folks. Providing a bike-friendly work environment, riding in and serving the beer at the end of Ride to Conquer Cancer and installing the complimentary bike maintenance stations in the GTA and beyond are just some of the ways we’re doing what we can to encourage people to leave their cars behind and get out on two wheels. As the temperatures begin to drop, layers are key to all season cycling. When you’re layered appropriately you can stay warm without losing a range of motion […]

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