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Category Archive for: holidays

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 December 6, 2013 by Marina

Guest post by Tory Lewin, Retail & Events at Steam Whistle Brewing. Holiday gift shopping can sometimes be tiresome but beer tends to make everything better. Here are some suggestions from the Good Beer Folks for some excellent gift ideas for the craft beer lover. 1. Pre- Wrapped Steam Whistle Simple and delicious.  The perfect gift for any craft beer lover are Steam Whistle’s Holiday 6 and 12 packs, which come festively wrapped and include the ‘To and From tags.  Holiday packs have hit the shelves and are available across Ontario, BC and Alberta liquor and beer stores until the […]

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Filed under: Christmas, craft beer, holidays

Posted on December 17, 2012 by Marina

There’s room for beer at your dinner table in more place than one. ‘Tis the season of holiday parties and indulging so try a few of these recipes at your next get together. Take our word for it – adding beer to your cooking ingredients will only make your meal that much more delicious. It can be hard to believe for a beer lover that a common myth is  beer not having a place at the dining table. Although when you think about it, the most interesting cuisine in the world is traditionally served with beer (think: Japanese, Chinese, Thai, Indian […]

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Filed under: holidays, recipes