The date is fast approaching for Uncorked Tours' first river cruise. A three-hour excursion on the Saint John River, while drinking some of the best beer NB has to offer.
This event is an awesome way to spend an afternoon. The samples are generous, the scenery is gorgeous, and the food is delicious.
Here's a little preview of what you can expect on board this beer tasting cruise. Most of our NB breweries produce small batches of beer. As such, the beer on the tasting cruise is subject to change based on product availability.
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Big Tide Brewing - Blueberry Ale & Whistlepig Stout
Big Tide is located in Saint John on Princess St. They regularly brew small batches of beer of all different styles. After many requests, they've even released their Whistlepig Stout for a summer run, which we hope to have on the cruise.
Picaroons - 104th Regiment
Picaroons is one of the veterans of the micro-brewing scene in NB. With a creative flair usually reserved for artists, Picaroons is also heavily invested in the NB community. Last year it was Upstream Ale that benefited the Salmon Foundation, this year it is the 104th Regiment Brown Ale that is promoting our local history.
Pump House - Raspberry Wheat
Another veteran of NB micro-brewing, Pump House with its brewpub and wood-fired pizza oven located on Orange Lane, are a well known staple of the Moncton Food and Drink scene. Pump House beer is available in ANBL stores right across the province, and country-wide. We're excited to have them on board!
Shiretown - Blonde Du Quai
Shiretown is one of the newer NB breweries, and they are quickly breaking out from their home on the North Shore. Their beer can now be found in some liquor stores and bars across the province. Their Blonde Du Quai won Bronze at the Saint John Beer Fest earlier this year.
At Uncorked Tours we're all about sharing the fabulous food, wine, beer & spirits being produced in the Province of New Brunswick.
It is our pleasure to share some of the awesome experiences you can have while living or visiting the province.