Beers from around the world, and around the corner!

In addition to the national brands like Coors, Miller and Bud, we at Canal's carry a wide selection of micro brews. From beers brewed in our backyard, such as Flying Fish, to European brews such as Chimay, to beers like Toohey and Kirin Ichiban, crafted half a world away. Our goal is to offer a selection that every palate and beer drinker can find a beverage they will enjoy. With beer sampling every Saturday from 3-6pm, our knowledgeable staff will try to match you with a frosty beverage that you will enjoy. Here are a few bottles that you could come down and try some time:


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Beer Tasting Event TBA-
At Canals Medford: Hosted by Tom Canal

A Sampling of great micro brews... With outstanding Value.
victory
Victory Storm King Stout. With a huge, Pacific Northwest hop aroma & character up-front, Storm King subsides into massive, roast malt complexity. Rich and substantial, it will warm your heart. The complexity stems from the increased ingredients that come with the imperial label. With an abv of 9.1% combined with its rich body and flavor, Storm King is a beer for those that feel Guinness is too soft of a beer.

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At the Southern Tier Brewing Company, vigorously hopped beer is our standard and inspiration. We continue a commitment to innovation with our most aggressive offering yet. Unearthly is a manifestation of the brewer's craft; skillfully balancing art and the forces of nature to produce a divine liquid. Delicately pour a taste into a fluted glass. Smell the enchanting aromas of the hops waft forward as your first sip divulges this beer's fervent soul. To underestimate Unearthly is to trifle with the mysteries of the universe, so please consume wisely.

delerium
Delirium Tremens The color is golden and the head creamyand light. The first sip warms my throat and belly like an old woodstove does a log cabin. It's lightly hopped and surprisingly malty for such an airy, sunshine beer. With a nose somewhat remiscent of Orval, the aftertaste is fruity, almost cherry. A warming alcoholic glow works its way down the throat to the stomach. This beer must be sipped slowly so you can revel in each sweet drop. Delirium Tremens has a big body, a rich mouth feel, and a long, sweet aftertaste.

Check out this review from Beer Advocate for more information.

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