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Beer Menu

Beer Menu

We are proud to say that our beer menu is ever-changing and features a variety of our own beer, which is produced at our on-site microbrewery, as well as those of other local breweries. We usually have 10-12 different styles on tap, as well as craft cider from the likes of Uncommon, and Lone Tree, and meads from the likes of Fallen Timber.

We have the following Prairie Dog beer on tap, with many more either in planning or work-in-process. We will soon be featuring frequent releases of one-off kegs of our workshop beer, pilot batches for new recipes.

Mainstays

Little Bear Kölsch

4.4% ABV, 23 IBU, 4.2 SRM

Flavourful but easy drinking, our Kölsch-style ale is clean and crisp with a slightly sweet grainy flavour and a dry finish. Based on the pilsner style, but fermented with ale yeast and lagered for several weeks, this beer has a pleasant, soft and surprisingly refreshing flavour profile that makes it stand tall beside its lager brethren.

Tail-Twitcher IPA

6.6% ABV, 75 IBU, 9 SRM

An modern example of the American West-Coast IPA category that bursts with lemon, orange and grapefruit character.

Hopped Wheat

4.8% ABV, 23 IBU, 6 SRM

This American-style wheat beer pours golden and hazy with a white, foamy head, and features prominent citrus, stone fruit, and bread aroma. The beer has a light, refreshing body with moderate carbonation and a dry but soft bread-flavoured finish and mild grainy aftertaste. An easy drinker that won’t fatigue the palate.

Seasonal/Limited Release

American Red Ale

[SOLD OUT - BACK SOON] 5.5% ABV, 23 IBU, 14 SRM

Our American-style red ale takes queues from the class Irish Red style, employing a hint of roasted barley for colour and taste atop a base of sweeter caramel malts with a deliberate underlying bitterness that keeps the beer palatable and adds a pleasant aftertaste.

Coffee Kölsch

4.3% ABV, 21 IBU, 7 SRM

Our Little Bear Kölsch recipe infused with a custom blend of cold-brew coffee by Typeface Coffee Roasters, which brings milk chocolate, toffee and caramel notes to the beer – no harsh coffee bitterness at all. Tastes like a Coffee Crisp bar in a glass.

Porter

5.9% ABV, 32 IBU, 32 SRM

Our American-style porter has been a long-standing favourite as a home-brew recipe, which we adapted to our commercial brewing system with great results. The beer features loads of dark, complex malts with notes of toasted caramel, coffee and chocolate overlaid by a pleasant spicy/herbal hop character. The beer has a full body but finishes fairly dry, making it easy to have more than one.

Smoked Peppa Pale Ale

5.5% ABV, 30 IBU, 4 SRM

This tasty English-style pale ale is a Goldilocks beer — not too spicy and not too smoky, just right. It starts with a blend of our in-house-smoked oats and Alberta malts, and is “dry-hopped” in fermenter with a mix of smoked peppers for a complex and refreshing finish, with crackery malt underpinnings and just the right level of bitterness for balance and a pleasant warming sensation from the hot-peppers.

Kettle Sour #1

3% ABV, 7 IBU, 3 SRM

A modern take on German Berliner-weisse with a tart acidity and surprising level of flavour and body for such a low alcohol beer, with plenty of malty, husky grain flavour and a pale yellow colour with some haze.

Coconut Brown Ale

5.5% ABV, 31 IBU, 16 SRM

This signature brown ale is a Prairie Dog seasonal and crowd favourite, which features a load of Alberta barley malt overlaid with a huge dose of shredded coconut that we toast in house prior to infusing into the beer.

Oatmeal Stout

[SOLD OUT] 5.5% ABV, 35 IBU, 30 SRM

This oatmeal stout is based on a long-standing recipe that Gerad brought with him from his home-brewing days. Not too bitter, not too sweet, this beer is perfectly balanced and stands on a complex base of character malts, including a small portion of our signature in-house-smoked oats.

Ginger Lime Gose

[SOLD OUT] 5.1% ABV, 13 IBU, 4 SRM

Sold out! Our Gose features the flavour and aroma of freshly zested limes, diced ginger, and coriander, with subtle banana from the yeast used to ferment the beer, overlaid on a tasty malt base.

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