Fairytale of Fort Garry

Here at Stone Angel Brewing, our stealth mission is to teach you Irish, one word at a very painful time *. To this end, our next word is Nollaig, or Christmas, which is the name of our Winter Ale and which debuts on Saturday. Of course, at this time of year, being Irish means knowing the entire lyrics of Fairytale of New York, including the rarely sung missing verse. **

This Saturday also sees the second installment of 60 Glasses – a cider, Tartan Suite. Last weekend’s Ms. Terri’s Chocolate Orange was so well received that we’re considering a larger batch. And there was no orange foil to unwrap so that’s a win.

Saturday night, we have a music and art evening, with music by James Culleton & Don Zeuff. A collection of drawings, paintings and sculptures by James Culleton will also be available for purchase.

If you’re in the Exchange this week, we have a couple of beers on tap at Peg Beer Co., in addition to our two at Baileys. As always, you can check out the full listings on our website where our beers are available.

We’re finalising our holiday hours at the moment – to maximise our time lying on the sofa at home watching movies and eating all the chocolate, while still providing a valuable social service – the selling of delicious beer. But if you’re interested in using our space for a party or event in the meantime, get in touch.

*Oh fine, here’s a very important phrase for you all, especially when drinking:
“An bhfuil céad agam dul amach go dtí an leithreas más é do thoil é” – this is almost the first piece of Irish that Irish kids learn at school.
**If you read this far, we’re sorry but there is no missing verse to Fairytale.

Taproom hours this weekend:
Friday: 12:00pm – 6.30pm – Private function in the evening
Saturday: 12:00pm – 11.00pm
Sunday: 2.00pm – 6:00pm