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So you’ve decided to try your hand at wine making but would like to know more about the different types of wines available. Or maybe you would like to know more about how to properly pair wine with meals. If you are looking to expand your knowledge, you have come to the right place. Still Brewing is happy to nurture your love of wine and encourages you to follow the links on this page to explore great resources with a wealth of information.


Learn about the core grapes and wine styles and find general information about tasting and serving wine. Would you like to know the difference between Old World and New World wines? Would you like to know the right temperature to serve your favourite variety? This site has it all.


Find information about the great wines available at Still Brewing by visiting our supplier’s website. Vineco has great descriptions about each wine, food pairing information and more.


Do you know the difference between ales and lagers? Would you like to know more about the different types of beer styles? Follow this link to a great guide and explore the world of beer. Our experienced brewers are well versed in all styles and will create a brew to meet your unique taste preferences. We’ve included some general information on this page to help expand your knowledge.


More robust and with deeper hues than lagers, ales tend to have a higher alcohol content and feature hints of fruit or spices. Ales come in a vast array of styles including popular pale ales, ambers and blondes. Ales are noted for using a top-fermenting yeast. The dark, rich porters and stouts are also part of the ale family.


Highly popular throughout Canada, lagers are lightly hopped and have a pale, golden colour. A light to medium-bodied beer, lagers are typically crisp, refreshing and feature a smooth finish. They are fermented with a bottom-fermenting yeast and stored in near-freezing temperatures.

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