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Posted on April 4, 2017 by Kendra

We recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Samara Shuter, the artist behind the Bleeding Blue collection and ask her a few questions about her art work. Her collection is available for viewing in our Retail Store during regular brewery hours until April 30th 2017.   Image by Renée Rodenkirchen (Web: reneerodenkirchen.com // Insta: @reneerodenkirchen How do you find your sources of inspiration? I draw inspiration from so many places. My family’s background is in the textile industry, so I’ve always been surrounded by swatches of fabric, and been drawn to the colours and patterns. I used to doodle […]

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Posted on April 3, 2017 by Kendra

When something is good, more is better! That’s our thinking anyway which is why we don’t just produce 355ml cans for your drinking pleasure, we also make a TALL CAN for times when you need a little bit more. Until very recently, our TALL CANS were of the 500ml format, looking most like beers from Europe who package golden lagers in 500ml tall can formats (think Stella, Heineken, Carlsberg, Moretti, Peroni, Grolsch). However, changes at our can supplier mean that the 500ml can we are using up until now is no longer available to us. We’ll be phasing out the old […]

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Posted on March 24, 2017 by Kendra

Since we opened in the year 2000, Steam Whistle Brewing has been employing a small army of technicians who have been defying gravity with their draught installations and combatting the forces of aging & microbiology to ensure that every pint, bottle or can of Steam Whistle Pilsner served to drinkers is top-notch. Photo: Service Dept. circa 2001. Expertise Our Guardians of Quality (formerly known as TEAM CLEAN) have more than 3 decades of combined expertise handling the intricacies of draught dispense systems, whether installation, repair or maintenance. Members of the team were sent to Micro Matic’s Dispense Institute near Chicago for […]

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