Farm to house, house to ale. The name Coterie seems like a contradiction to the style but, we feel the likeminded groups with shared tastes can appreciate the limitless definition of Belgian and French beers. 33 Acres of Coterie, a fresh French farmhouse ale with provisions of ginger and spice followed up by a orange … Continued
Blending three honourable styles of apples, 33 Acres of Cid3r is our interpretation of an Old English Scrumpy. This gluten-free hazy pale cider softly sours the tip of the tongue, then rounds itself out with an unfiltered bite of ripe apple zest. … To those who heartily sample the universal fruit in all its golden … Continued
Our desire for change is often shadowed by repetition. How do we get over the simple fact that echoing tasks is far from boring. The mundane daily routine we create for ourselves can be looked down upon, but sometimes they are what hold us together or give us purpose. There is something inherently comforting about … Continued
In the beginning we only see one thing. Perhaps we were born this way. A certain pungent explosion is what we’re searching for. Trends change, we listen. Why fight it? This beer is for us all. The ones that get hooked, the ones that know. 33 Acres of Genesis is our forever exploring seasonal IPA. … Continued
The only way to move is forward. We are defined not by our successes, but by what we do with our failures. Determination and courage—to keep going, to try again—are the building blocks of character. 33 Acres of Sisu is our seasonal sahti: a Finnish farmhouse ale. This ancient style goes back centuries, to a … Continued
A family recipe is, of course, about more than the actual food. It is a chance to connect with the generations who came before us, to honour our bloodlines. Aside from being guaranteed crowd pleasers, a grandmother’s lentil stew or a father’s meatballs become symbols of culture, love, and heritage. Brother-sister duo Vincent and Amelie … Continued
Great news! Our house apple cider is now available full time in 6 packs. For sale in our tasting room only….for now.
The idea of a tuck shop conjures up visions of cute neighbourhood stores filled with candy, small provisions, and smiling counter staff. It’s the stirring memory of sleep-away camp or family vacations spent by the lake, when the only problem was finding enough money to buy that second chocolate bar. Vancouver’s The Tuck Shoppe pays … Continued