Green Living Show Vancouver: Natureland Organic Beer

Comments 3 by Rebecca Bollwitt

I was a fan of the Amber Ale, while Keira leaned more toward the Lager. NatureLand Organic Beer is Canada’s first organic beer, pumping out two lovely samples of their 5% brew at the Green Living Show this weekend.

Natureland Beerrzz

This Gold winning Ale has been recently introduced to the British Columbia market. This unique beer is certified organic by the OCIA – Organic Crop Improvement Association. NatureLand Organic Ale is brewed with 100% organic two row malt, 100% organic Hallertau Hops and the pure spring water from the pristine Caribou Spring. All ingredients are certified organic including the water which is sourced through a certified organic process. [Natureland Organic – Amber Ale]

A division of Pacific Western Brewing, responsible for the likes of Pacific Pilsner and Canterbury, NatureLand is pretty darn tasty.

We exchanged some banter with the booth dude about the naming of the brand and it as suggested that it may not be the most “macho” pint to ask for at the sports bar, but that’s probably the only minor deterrent we could spot. They are selling the Lager and Amber Ale in the food court region of the event as well as the free supply of samples on tap on the showroom floor.

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  1. TSFriday, February 29th, 2008 — 11:40pm PST

    Organic Schmorganic.

    Best best/brewery; Unibroue.
    Hands down.

    Never had such good 9% biere!!!

  2. Duane StoreySaturday, March 1st, 2008 — 12:53pm PST

    They should call it the “Orgasm”

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