National Domestic Brands

Respected across Canada for quality and refreshment

*Brand availability varies by market, please check with local retailers.

Labatt Blue
Budweiser
Bud Light
Alexander Keith's India Pale Ale
Alexander Keith's Red Amber Ale
Alexander Keith's Premium White
Alexander Keith's Light Ale
Alexander Keith's Dark Ale
Labatt 50
Labatt Genuine Lager
Labatt Ice Beer
Labatt Blue De-Alcoholized
Labatt Extra Dry
Labatt Wildcat Strong
Busch
Guinness

Labatt Blue

Pilsener-style Lager, 5.0% alc./vol.
(4.9% ABV for Bleue in Quebec)

Labatt Blue is the best-selling Canadian beer in the world. Introduced in 1951 as Labatt Pilsener, it was named for the colour of its label by fans of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers football team. Blue was the first brand in Canada with a twist-off cap and won the silver medal in the International Lager category at the 1998 Brewing Industry International Awards. Labatt Blue, brewed using specially selected aromatic hops, is a well-balanced, fully matured, full-flavoured beer with a fruity character and a slightly sweet aftertaste.

Labatt Blue

Pilsener-style Lager, 5.0% alc./vol.
(4.9% ABV for Bleue in Quebec)

Labatt Blue is the best-selling Canadian beer in the world. Introduced in 1951 as Labatt Pilsener, it was named for the colour of its label by fans of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers football team. Blue was the first brand in Canada with a twist-off cap and won the silver medal in the International Lager category at the 1998 Brewing Industry International Awards. Labatt Blue, brewed using specially selected aromatic hops, is a well-balanced, fully matured, full-flavoured beer with a fruity character and a slightly sweet aftertaste.

Budweiser

Lager, 5.0% alc./vol.

The famous Budweiser beer. Canada's best-selling beer. Labatt knows of no brand produced by any other brewer which costs so much to brew and age. The company's exclusive beechwood aging produces a taste, a smoothness and a drinkability you will find in no other beer at any price. Budweiser is Canada's best-selling beer and has been brewed and distributed by Labatt since 1980.

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Bud Light

Light Beer, 4.0% alc./vol.

From the first brewing steps to the time it reaches your fridge, Bud Light is handled with the utmost care to ensure you can enjoy the same great taste every time. Brewed in Canada since 1986, Bud Light is the #1 light beer in the world. Bud Light is brewed using the finest malted barley and premium hops to give it that unique clean aroma and crisp smooth finish.

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Alexander Keith's Brewery

Labatt's operations in the Maritimes are steeped in tradition, tracing back to 1820, when brew master Alexander Keith began brewing operations in Halifax. Following a partnership with the Oland family, the brewery became stewards of the legendary Alexander Keith's family of beers in 1928 when the founder's granddaughter sold the family business to John Oland.

Labatt acquired Oland's & Sons in 1971 and renamed it Oland Brewery. Introduced to the Ontario market in 1996, Alexander Keith's India Pale Ale is now Canada's #1 domestic specialty brand. In 2000, the original Alexander Keith's Nova Scotia Brewery was restored in its original location in downtown Halifax. The project included the recreation of a nineteenth-century general store, brew house and tavern.

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Alexander Keith's Brewery

Labatt's operations in the Maritimes are steeped in tradition, tracing back to 1820, when brew master Alexander Keith began brewing operations in Halifax. Following a partnership with the Oland family, the brewery became stewards of the legendary Alexander Keith's family of beers in 1928 when the founder's granddaughter sold the family business to John Oland.

Labatt acquired Oland's & Sons in 1971 and renamed it Oland Brewery. Introduced to the Ontario market in 1996, Alexander Keith's India Pale Ale is now Canada's #1 domestic specialty brand. In 2000, the original Alexander Keith's Nova Scotia Brewery was restored in its original location in downtown Halifax. The project included the recreation of a nineteenth-century general store, brew house and tavern.

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Alexander Keith's Brewery

Labatt's operations in the Maritimes are steeped in tradition, tracing back to 1820, when brew master Alexander Keith began brewing operations in Halifax. Following a partnership with the Oland family, the brewery became stewards of the legendary Alexander Keith's family of beers in 1928 when the founder's granddaughter sold the family business to John Oland.

Labatt acquired Oland's & Sons in 1971 and renamed it Oland Brewery. Introduced to the Ontario market in 1996, Alexander Keith's India Pale Ale is now Canada's #1 domestic specialty brand. In 2000, the original Alexander Keith's Nova Scotia Brewery was restored in its original location in downtown Halifax. The project included the recreation of a nineteenth-century general store, brew house and tavern.

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Alexander Keith's Brewery

Labatt's operations in the Maritimes are steeped in tradition, tracing back to 1820, when brew master Alexander Keith began brewing operations in Halifax. Following a partnership with the Oland family, the brewery became stewards of the legendary Alexander Keith's family of beers in 1928 when the founder's granddaughter sold the family business to John Oland.

Labatt acquired Oland's & Sons in 1971 and renamed it Oland Brewery. Introduced to the Ontario market in 1996, Alexander Keith's India Pale Ale is now Canada's #1 domestic specialty brand. In 2000, the original Alexander Keith's Nova Scotia Brewery was restored in its original location in downtown Halifax. The project included the recreation of a nineteenth-century general store, brew house and tavern.

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Alexander Keith's India Pale Ale

India Pale Ale, 5.0% alc./vol.

Nova Scotia's most popular beer, Alexander Keith's India Pale Ale is fully fermented, mellow-aged for smoothness and uses balanced North American flavour and bittering hops to create a unique, malty flavour. Alexander Keith's India Pale Ale is smooth with a slightly floral hop character and a sweet flavourful delivery.

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Alexander Keith's Nova Scotia Brewery

Alexander Keith's Red Amber Ale

Ale, 5% alc/vol.

This smooth, well-balanced ale is dark amber in colour with rich, red overtones. Brewed to the exacting standards first laid out by Alexander Keith 185 years ago, it is rich in every sense of the word - rich in colour, rich in heritage, and rich in taste.

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Alexander Keith's Nova Scotia Brewery

Alexander Keith's Premium White

5% alc./vol.

From your first glimpse of the intriguing cloudy appearance to the surprisingly crisp finish, you'll immediately notice that this isn't your typical white beer. A new addition to the Alexander Keith's unwavering selection, this unfiltered ale has been brewed to the most unyielding of standards and is best enjoyed with a slice of orange for a uniquely refreshing, subtly citrus taste.

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Alexander Keith's Nova Scotia Brewery

Alexander Keith's Light

4% alc./vol.

Light in colour but not in flavour, Alexander Keith's Light Ale has been meticulously crafted in the same vein as Alexander Keith's India Pale Ale. Available only in Nova Scotia, PEI and New Brunswick, this light beer's subtle black licorice notes contribute to its overall character as well as its smooth and well-balanced nature. So if you're looking for a light beer that's not light on true character, look no further than Alexander Keith's Light Ale.

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Alexander Keith's Nova Scotia Brewery

Alexander Keith's
Dark Ale

5% alc./vol.

Based on the authentic recipe from Alexander Keith’s brewery dating back to the late 1800s, Keith’s Dark Ale is crafted using roasted specialty malts to create a dark mahogany coloured ale with distinctive notes of chocolate and coffee. This smooth tasting Dark Ale is brewed to the same uncompromising standards as all Alexander Keith’s fine beers. Discover the taste.

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Alexander Keith's Nova Scotia Brewery

Labatt 50

Ale, 5.0% alc./vol.

John and Hugh Labatt, grandsons of founder John K. Labatt, launched Labatt 50 in 1950 to commemorate 50 years of partnership. The first light-tasting ale introduced in Canada, Labatt 50 was Canada's best-selling beer until 1979 when, with the increasing popularity of lagers, it was surpassed by Labatt Blue. Labatt 50 is fermented using a special ale yeast, in use at Labatt since 1933. Specially-selected North American hops and a good balance of dryness, complemented by a fruity taste, provide Labatt 50 with all the distinguishing features of a true ale.

Genuine Lager

Lager, 5.0% alc./vol.

Originally introduced in 1992, Genuine Lager has evolved into a truly definitive Canadian Lager. Balancing a blend of quality aromatic and bittering hops with its medium body, Genuine Lager is a smooth, refreshing and easy-drinking beer with a subtle hop aroma and a hint of malty sweetness.

Labatt Ice

Strong Beer, 5.6% alc./vol.

Labatt Ice, introduced in 1993, was the world's first Ice-Brewed™ beer and the most successful new brand introduction in Canadian brewing history. Labatt Ice is a fully fermented beer that is allowed to mature at cold temperatures. Labatt Ice uses selected North American hops to complement its smooth, full flavour.

Wildcat

Lager, 4.9% alc./vol.

Wildcat is a popular priced, quality lager introduced in 1993. Conventional brewing processes are used to produce a quality, mainstream lager using corn adjunct to deliver a light, dry flavour.

The Wildcat family also includes:

Wildcat Strong (Strong Beer, 6.1% alc./vol.)
Wildcat Dry (Strong Beer, 5.9% alc./vol.)
Wildcat Light (Light Beer, 4.0% alc.vol.)

Labatt Blue De-Alcoholized

De-Alcoholized Pilsener-style Lager, <0.5% alc./vol.

Labatt Blue De-Alcoholized is a full-bodied pilsener packed with taste. Utilizing a special de-alcoholization process, Labatt Blue De-Alcoholized Pilsener goes through the complete fermentation process and then a centritherm removes the alcohol, keeping the Labatt Blue flavour and quality. Labatt Blue De-Alcoholized Pilsener has only 50 calories and with less than 0.5% alcohol.

Labatt Extra Dry

Beer, 5.5% alc./vol.

Labatt Extra Dry was the first national launch of a dry beer in Canada. Labatt Extra Dry is mashed longer than regular beers to leave less carbohydrate in the finished product, giving a lighter flavour with little aftertaste.

Busch

American-style Lager, 4.7% alc./vol.

First introduced in 1955, Busch is brewed, fermented and aged to create a smooth, refreshing taste with just 133 calories.

Guinness Extra Stout

Stout, 5.0% alc./vol.

Guinness Extra Stout is brewed in Canada by Labatt under license from Arthur Guinness Son & Company. Guinness Extra Stout traces its roots to 1759 in Dublin and is an authentic Irish Extra Stout. The best-selling packaged Guinness brand in the world, it is enjoyed in more than 147 countries. Brewed from the same recipe since 1759, Guinness Extra Stout delivers a mellow, yet robust taste with a dark body, extra bitterness and sparkle when compared with the pub draught version.

Labatt Blue
Labatt Bleue
Budweiser
Bud Light
Alexander Keith's India Pale Ale
Alexander Keith's Red Amber Ale
Alexander Keith's Premium White
Alexander Keith's Light Ale
Alexander Keith's Dark Ale
Labatt 50
Labatt Genuine Lager
Labatt Ice Beer
Labatt Wildcat Strong
Labatt Blue De-Alcoholized
Labatt Extra Dry
Busch
Guinness
Alexander Keith's Nova Scotia Brewery
Alexander Keith's Nova Scotia Brewery
Alexander Keith's Nova Scotia Brewery
Alexander Keith's Nova Scotia Brewery
Labatt Blue | Budweiser | Bud Light | Alexander Keith's India Pale Ale | Alexander Keith's Red Amber Ale | Alexander Keith's Premium White | Alexander Keith's Light Ale | Alexander Keith's Dark Ale | Labatt 50 | Labatt Genuine Lager | Labatt Ice Beer | Labatt Blue De-Alcoholized | Labatt Extra Dry | Labatt Wildcat Strong | Busch | Guinness


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