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Merch & Gifts

Gifts and Gift Cards

Show your support for Prairie Dog Brewing by purchasing a gift card, valid for all beer/liquor, food, and merchandise! Gift cards do not expire.  Other gift items available for purchase. 

Beer To Go

Order all your favourite Prairie Dog Brewing craft beers to go!  

Apparel

All forms of apparel, such as hats, shirts, socks, sweaters, jackets, and flapjacks. Please note that we have limited sizing available as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and severely handicapped cash flow. We will bring in more apparel as soon as possible. 

  • Prairie Dog Brewing cloth soft double layer mask with Prairie Dog face

    Unique Cloth Mask – Prairie Dog Snout

    $11.95

    Show off your uniqueness and quirkiness as well as some love for one of your favourite local YYC breweries with these branded and very comfortable REUSABLE cloth masks. Everyone wants to be a Prairie Dog right?!

  • Red and Black Lumberjack Toque (Beanie)

    $20.00

    This red and black-check lumberjack-style toque has a black brim and embroidered Prairie Dog banner logo on the brim in gold and white. This toque is thick and warm, great for frigid Alberta winters and mountain activities. Sized for teen through adult. Unisex.

  • Teal and Grey Ladies Pullover Hoodie

    $50.00

    This two-tone pullover hoodie has teal sleeves, collar and hood, and a dark grey torso with our Prairie Dog Brewing crest logo in teal, as well as a front pocket.

Glassware

Prairie Dog Brewing branded growler jugs and beer glasses to remember your visit by, or simply to use for picking up off-sale beer. 

Other Goods

Take good care of that great body of yours with these awesome Calgary-made products. 

  • 2020 Fall Alberta Beer Guide – South

    $4.00

    The same great guide you have always known, now a little smaller with more geographically relevant articles.

  • Tapping the West – Scott Messenger

    $23.00

    Perfect gift for the beer lover in your life or to add to your own beer book collection. Take a journey through the history of beer in Alberta. Scott Messenger interviewed our own Gerad Coles, discussing Prairie Dog’s experimental use of Aritinga Hops extract for better brew efficiencies. Nice little shout out to us in the book.

    Messenger winds up his narrative with a good, old-fashioned pub crawl, a fitting finale for the story of an industry that is, at its heart, about having fun with friends. Bringing together social history, politics, and science, Tapping the West is engaging and balanced—not unlike the perfect you-know-what.

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