Neon lights, a Nintendo Entertainment System and Olympic memorabilia bring plenty of '80s charm to Eighty-Eight Brewing Company. Plus, there's a delicious pizza pop-up on Friday and Saturday nights.
Enjoy the taste and convenience of draft beer at your next party
Dandy Brewing Company puts as much thought into their food as their beer with dishes like pickled eggs, lamb and green-garlic stew and the Dandy hot dog topped with daikon slaw and crispy shallots.
Combine your love for local beer and patio season before summer ends
Get out of your comfort zone and into the world of daring pours.
The craft brewery arcade wears multiple hats as a brewery, a quick service eatery and an arcade with more than 20 pinball and arcade games.
These are the local spirits that Calgary bartenders are excited about right now.
Drink it in slushy form, on the rocks, in a fish bowl or a pitcher, or with an upside-down beer. Plus, we tell you when to drink them on special or during happy hour.
The bitters, bottled cocktails and micro-batch gins to help you drink local.
As these distillers roll out their vodkas, gins and whiskies, it has brought an infusion of local flavours into Calgary, and with it, a renewed interest for cocktail drinkers in what's going into our tumblers.
We bring you an expansive list of where to drink and eat on the cheap, every day of the week.
If you want to talk distilling in Alberta, you’ve got to know your rye and barley.
A closer look at two local producers, one old and one new, putting out high-quality spirits for your bar cart.
House-made tonics, slushy add-ins and an option that comes in a can — these Calgary restaurants put their own twist on the classic G & T.
All of these breweries are approximately two hours or less from Calgary.
The city's newest breweries will feature retro arcade games, French fry bars and dog-friendly patios. Oh, and of course beer.
You've never toured a city like this before. Urban Pedal Tours offers a brand new way to experience the city, enjoy craft drinks and have a blast with friends.
The first annual awards demonstrate that Alberta's small brewers may be a young bunch, but they have a lot to offer.