When you have 72 craft beers on tap, it's pretty hard to find the brew meant for you, but have no fear, The Underground's got your back. To guide you in your quest for beer perfection, we've split our unique draft list into 4 different levels. If you're new to craft beer, you'll find plenty of quality brews in the 100 level that won't overpower your taste buds. On the other hand, if you don't get out of bed for anything less than an 8% beer that smacks you in the face with taste and complexity, you'll feel more at home in the 400's. No matter which level you think you belong in, remember that it's important to experiment, as comfort zones are for the weak. Cheers!
100 Level Draft Beer
Original Organic Lager (Mill Street, Toronto - Light Lager, 4.2%)
Delicate floral aroma; light palate with malty flavor balanced by a slight hoppy bitterness.
Ribstone Creek Lager (Ribstone Creek, Edgerton, AB - Amber Lager, 5%)
A local Alberta amber lager with notes of honey and lemon, has a crisp tart finish.
1516 Bavarian Lager (Okanagan Springs, Vernon - Pale Lager, 5%)
Crisp finish, a rich golden colour with notes of caramel, malt and hop on the finish.
Grolsch Premium Lager (Grolsch, Netherlands - Pale Lager, 5%)
Distinctive, full bodied and crisp taste; fresh pale grain backing with a slightly sour hop finish.
Früli (Van Diest, Belgium - Strawberry Wheat Ale, 4.1%)
Strawberry juice compliments the zesty fruitiness of the wheat beer and the result is natural, soft and refreshing.
Schofferhofer Grapefruit (Binding, Germany - Hefewizen 2.5%)
A great wheat beer with sweet and zesty grapefruit notes, a smooth finish.
Magners Irish Cider (Magners, Irland- Irish Apple Cider, 4.5%)
A distinct subtly sweet apple cider with a gentle cinnamon notes.
Somersby Apple Cider (Carlsberg, Sweden - Cider, 4.5%)
A refreshing, sparkling and natural cider with 15% apple juice. Best enjoyed on ice.
Mill Street Lemon Tea Beer (Mill Street, Ontario - Tea-infused beer, 4.1%)
Wheat beer infused with a blend of Orange Pekoe and Earl Grey teas highlight tea favours and a subtle lemon twist.
Garibaldi Honey Ale (Howe Sound, Squamish - Blonde Ale, 4.5%)
A refreshing, lightly hopped golden ale brewed with all-natural Lillooet honey and made with barley, honey, hops, water and yeast.
St. Ambroise Apricot (McAuslan, Montreal - Fruit Beer, 5%)
An Apricot wheat ale blends various malts with malted wheat and natural Apricot essence to create an original-tasting beer with a clean fruit nose.