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Posted on October 17, 2016 by Kendra

For Steam Whistle, cycling is the chain to our heart, the spoke to our wheel, the 2nd seat to our tandem – you get our drift. Supporting the cycling community is part of Steam Whistle’s commitment to sustainability and that’s why on October 12th, we were proud to sponsor Hub Cycling’s official “Fall Bike to Work Week Launch Party and Fall Bike Fashion Show” in celebration of their Fall Bike to Work Week happening October 24th-30th. The event showcased cycling trends and was a great reminder that cycling is for all seasons. Good Beer Folk Lee Brymer was there to share […]


Posted on November 21, 2014 by Kendra

When STACKLAB asked if we could donate some aluminum cans for their sustainable art competition we were happy to oblige. It’s pretty incredible what a bag of beer cans and a diseased log can be transformed into with the right artistic vision. Read below to see the process involved in creating these works of art: 6.0 Series series earned STACKLAB its second consecutive win in Design by Nature’s annual green design competition. The innovative casting process behind the A356.0 series uses over 90% re-purposed material. Each piece’s base is milled from a diseased ash log. The sawdust from the milling process […]


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 […]