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Posted on February 19, 2014 by The Good Beer Folks

Our Bottle Glass is a popular item in our brewery and estore but ever wonder what the story behind it really is? Our Custom made Bottle Glasses start as our beer bottle and then the artisans at Artech Studios turn them into unique drinking glasses. They are heated and reformed at 2150°F using traditional glassblowing techniques. The original enameled labels stay intact during the heating process. Nothing has been added or removed from these bottles, making each beer glass one-of-a-kind, while still holding a full beer! Jenn Wanless-Craig, co-founder at Artech Studios shares their story below. How did Artech Glass Blowing […]


Filed under: merch, partners, partnerships

Posted on January 9, 2014 by Marina

If you’re a beer enthusiast and from the “Tri-cities” area, you’ve heard of Beertown. The beer-themed spot  is a fusion of a retro public house and a modern bar, built around a ‘chef-driven’ kitchen. And you guessed it – they focus on having a great selection of beer and quality of food to go along with it. We love to spotlight unique places with a great beer list so we chatted with Jody Palubiski, managing partner  at The Charcoal Group to give us some insight into Beertown. 1. How would you describe Beertown to someone who has never been there before? One […]


Filed under: Beer, partners, partnerships

Posted on November 25, 2013 by Marina

Working in the field, sometimes our reps are faced with various challenges such as draught installations. Luckily, we have some fantastic industry partners and friends who can help us out! Here’s David from sharing his adventure of installing an air cooled draught unit at Hostelling International, who every week bring in a group of international tourists to showcase Toronto’s Craft Brewed Premium Pilsner. Warning: below is for the technically inclined who know a thing or two about draught units!   A few weeks ago, Jeremy Moore (Steam Whistle rep) called and said he needed a difficult draught install done. I went to […]