SMALL BUT MIGHTY

Don’t for­get the lit­tle guys when you’re choos­ing your sips. Th­ese four brew­ers, who are just be­gin­ning to make a huge splash, def­i­nitely de­serve your at­ten­tion.

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SHACK­LANDS BREW­ING CO.

@Shack­lands Spe­cial­iz­ing in Bel­gian and farm­house ales, Shack­lands is cur­rently brew­ing out of the Junc­tion Craft. Shack­lands Pale Ale and Farm­house IPA are in­ter­mit­tently avail­able at the Junc­tion bot­tle shop, but keep your eye peeled for more brews.

OAST HOUSE BREW­ERS

Ni­a­gara isn’t just about the vino. Oast House has re­leased a tasty range since its launch last Novem­ber. Bot­tle-con­di­tioned farm­house ales are what the House is all about. Com­ing soon to an LCBO near you.

HOG­TOWN BREW­ERS

You may have spot­ted Hog­town’s sig­na­ture piggy taps pour­ing the flag­ship kölsch (Ger­man-style lagered ale) and HogWild IPA be­hind some of the city’s best bars in the past year, but T.O.’s mas­cot brews are now avail­able at se­lect LCBOs, too.

LEFT FIELD

En­ter­ing the game in early 2013 with a bal­anced lineup – the 6-4-3 Dou­ble IPA, the malty Ee­p­hus Oat­meal Brown Ale and the mod­est Maris Pale Ale – Left Field has al­ready been re­cruited by some of our finest, from C’est What to Get Well.

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