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Seven new bottles, cans and growler fills to seek out this weekend.


Susannah, Garrison Brewing Co.
This IWD imperial pale lager is Garrison's very first all-female brewed beer is made with wild foraged sumac and sea buckthorn courtesy of East Coast Wild Foods. Fifty cents from each can goes towards an NSCC Women in Trades bursary. 1149 Marginal Road

Tea & Honey Nitro, Lake City Cider
A brand-new cider, fermented with organic chamomile tea and honey, this nitro pours like a Guinness...just in time for St. Patrick's Day. 35 Portland Street

Maltriarchy, Tatamagouche Brewing Co.
An organic extra-strong ale made by all ladies, in collaboration with Good Robot Brewing Company's FemmeBot movement, Maltriarchy is light bodied with hints of banana and candied dried fruit. Bishop's Cellar, 1477 Lower Water Street

Call Me Blondie, Propeller Brewing Co.
The Propeller gang teamed up with the Ladies Beer League to make this refreshing dry-hopped blonde (with a cantaloupe hop aroma) on tap at the Prop Shop. 2015 Gottingen Street

The New Normal, Boxing Rock Brewing Co.
With a promise that it's not your regular craft beer, one of Boxing Rock's latest is a dank-free, haze-free clear, fresh lagered ale. Local Source Market, 2530 Agricola Street

Olden Russet, Chain Yard Urban Cidery
How do you like these (golden russet) apples? This new addition to Chain Yard's line-up is a barrel-aged beaut that's gone through malolactic fermentation to soften to the flavour. 2606 Agricola Street

Perfect Recreation, 2 Crows Brewing Co.
The Crows call this hoppy number lush, soft and tropical, primo words to woo the winter-affected among us. A part of the brewery's New England IPA series, it's been dry-hopped twice. 1932 Brunswick Street —AS

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