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Category Archive for: Brewery Life

Posted on January 21, 2014 by Marina

Brewing is an art and a science and we love to answer your questions to help spread beer knowledge.  Thanks to Colin (our assistant Brewmaster) for taking the time to answer your questions. And thank you also for brewing our delicious Pilsner.   1. “Why is the majority of beer 5% alcohol. How did that happen? Some guy decided one day “hey! 5% in every beer!”? (Jordan St John) Great question. We believe it all goes back to government taxation and alcohol content. Specifically, to reference  regulation 718: 1.  (1)  In the definition of “beer” in section 1 of the Act, the prescribed […]


Posted on January 13, 2014 by Marina

If you were able to make it out to our first Roundhouse Craft Beer Festival in the summer, you will love the winter version of the fest. On Saturday January 25th from 11-5pm, Steam Whistle will transform Roundhouse Park into a giant sampling party for craft beer lovers and we invited our craft brewing brothers and sisters to join in on the fun. This time craft beer and local food is partnered with a winter weather dare. Tickets can be purchased here for $20 in advance. Want to win a pair of tickets from us? Follow these steps. 1. Log […]


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Posted on December 27, 2013 by Marina

‘Tis the season of giving back. One charity organization that Steam Whistle has closely worked with is WELNepal – dedicated to raising money to support adult literacy classes in Nepal. If you’re looking for an organization to support or giveback to this year, WELNepal is a great choice. Here is a Q&A with president of WELNepal, David Walton. What is WELNepal and how did you become involved with the organization? WELNepal or Women’s Education and Literacy in Nepal is a charitable organization that was registered with the Canadian government in 2005, but it’s work started 18 years ago when president, […]


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