4 Bars That Are Really Good at Using Local Products

4 Bars That Are Really Good at Using Local Products Celebrate Albertan food and beer at these four pubs. By John Gilchrist   January 05, 2015   Black Betty Photography by Jared Sych 1410 Bierhaus Its dedication to Wild Rose, Village and Big Rock beers is a tribute to Alberta…

4 Bars That Are Really Good at Using Local Products

Celebrate Albertan food and beer at these four pubs.

 

 

Black Betty

Photography by Jared Sych

1410 Bierhaus

Its dedication to Wild Rose, Village and Big Rock beers is a tribute to Alberta barley and local brewing skills.

(1410 17 Ave. S.W., 403-229-1410, 1410bierhaus.ca)

Black Betty

Black Betty uses Brant Lake Wagyu beef in its (mighty tasty) burgers topped with locally grown lettuce and tomatoes on a house-made brioche bun.

(606 1 St. S.W., 403-265-4230, blackbettybwb.com)

Craft Beer Market

This bar offers all Alberta beers for $5 on Wednesdays. All food is made from scratch and uses fresh and local ingredients like Poplar Bluff organic potatoes for its frites.

(345 10 Ave. S.W., 403-514-2337, craftbeermarket.ca)

The Pig & Duke

The Pig & Duke favours Wild Rose brews to match its pork-centric menu.

(1312 12 Ave. S.W., 403-245-8487, pigandduke.com)

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