We can finally breathe easy in knowing warmer weather is truly upon us. And with that craft brewers are rolling up their short sleeves and throwing everything into the mash to give us all the tastes we want this spring.
Check out my top six beers you need to be drinking while sitting on your decks or toiling away in the garden. Get them while they are available!

Left Field Brewery Plum Sour
Everyone knows that Left Field’s base dry hopped sour is a solid drink. Which is probably why we all get excited when they add fruit. This plum is super tart and sweet with a beautiful rose colour. Get it while it’s still around, they are already working on their next.

Left Field Brewery Plum Sour


Collective Arts Tropical Milkshake IPA
In honour of their upcoming Liquid Arts festival Collective Arts has released this limited edition tropical milkshake IPA. Lots of peach, mango and passion fruit flavours with a vanilla undertone makes this thick juicy IPA a winner this Spring.

Collective Arts


Little Beasts Pale Blue Ale
This gorgeous blueberry ale was brewed in collaborations with 102.1 The Edge’s Fearless Fred and is one beer you will want to have on regular rotation. The blueberry is subtle and thanks to the addition of wheat this medium body beer is refreshing and crisp.

Pale Blue Ale


The People’s Pint Gose Cuervo
Back by popular demand and hopefully a regular to their core line up this gose is a sipper supreme. Tart lime, a little saltiness and a hint of tequila. It’s a beerita without the brain freezing slush. Add an umbrella to your glass if you need to just get your hands on a pint or two.

People’s Pint


Lost Craft Kalm
Known for gorgeous branding and incredibly drinkable beers the guys at Lost Craft have brought out another winner just in time for patio season. Crisp and refreshing with a burst of mango. Warm weather never tasted so good.

Lost Craft Kalm


Lot 30 Brewers Raspberry Dry Hopped Sour
Just recently opened Lot 30 has thrown a delicious raspberry sour onto the market. More raspberry pie sweet than sour this Spring beer will transition well into the summer months.

Lot 30

Look at your local LCBO or The Beer Store for these Spring Suds!