FBC’s Deliciously Dark Duo is Back!


The perfect pairing  to accompany darker evenings have landed at Fernie Brewing Co. After a long, hot, hop filled summer, these two beers are always a welcome addition and the perfect way to kick off our 2017 Fall lineup. And of course, they are pretty easy on the eyes. 


Our impressively dark and robust, Sap Sucker Maple Porter  with a delicate but flavourful touch of maple syrup, is a popular product with consumers, beer bloggers, and judges. It's a uniquely rich and flavourful product made with 7 Malts including Chocolate, Black, Carastan and Crystal. Maple Syrup is added post fermentation, which adds a slight maple smoothness to the finish. Think of it as a Traditional London Porter with a hint of Canada. 5.5% alc./vol. and 35 IBU.  

This multi award-winner is now available locally in Fernie, heading across BC and throughout Alberta early October. This year it will be available through until early 2018, on tap and in bombers. 

Check Sap availability throughout BC and Alberta, below:


Available early October - HERE


Available early October -  HERE




Meanwhile, Sap Sucker's sidekick Pumpkin Head Brown Ale is hitting the shelves in Fernie. Another award-winner, this favourite brew is derived from an FBC staple First Trax Brown Ale, but is brewed with organic pumpkins, cinnamon, nutmeg and numerous spices to give it that comfortable fall feel. 

Unfiltered to keep the real pumpkin taste alive, it's brewed with Willamette Hops and an extensive list of malts - including Chocolate, Brown, and Roast. A deliciously smooth and tasty accomaniment to your favourite fall fare. 5% and 13 IBU.

Whilst Sap is around for awhile, Pumpkin Head is not. As a Limited Release brew and a hot commodity, it doesn't stay on the shelves for long, so be sure to grab some when you see it!

Available now in Fernie, heading across BC, Alberta and Manitoba in coming weeks, in bombers and limited releast draft. 


Check Pumpkin Head availability throughout BC, Alberta, and Manitoba below:


Available mid to late September - HERE



Available mid September - HERE


Manitoba: Available mid to late September - HERE