3 BRAND NEW 120hL FERMENTING TANKS AT THE RAILYARD!
WOW...look at our triplets growing up so fast and getting really close to production. Feels like just yesterday we got them....wait 🤔 haha
Cans arrived this afternoon for our long awaited NEIPA Tall Boys! FRESH, AMAZING, TASTY Railyard NEIPA.
On its first tropical stop in the Railyard line; this New England IPA brings carloads of pineapple and mango hop flavours with aromatics that'll be noticed as soon as it enters the station! Brewed for its juicy presentation and smooth hop finish, this is the perfect addition to your lazy summer day; or escape from the winter doldrums.
Come to the taproom to buy a quad pack of NEIPA! We have also released limited edition growlers with the NEIPA label! Come purchase a growler while supplies last.
Thanks for the shout out, Flight Network included us in their blog post, The Best Breweries in Calgary. We are excited to be a part of the craft brew industry and have big plans for 2019. Our brewery is expanding, more news to come! For the full article, read:
By Lisa B | December 3, 2018
Flight Network Blog
“It is time to have some fun, we are going to tour the very best breweries in Calgary. And trust us, there are so many good ones! So get ready to quench your thirst and try some of the great craft beers Calgary has to offer! “
Let’s get tasting!
Next up, another favourite in Calgary, Railyard Brewing. As they say, this is where to get craft beer Alberta style! In their tap room you can enjoy these great brews made of the finest ingredients and with tons of passion. Go here to play a game of ping pong while sipping on their brilliant beer and maybe enjoy a snack from their food menu as well.
Wow! This is fantastic! We would like to thank everyone who reviewed Railyard Brewing on #YYC5. We made it to the number ONE spot. Our customers are the best; we very much appreciate your support! It was great to be interviewed by Global News and to be featured in their video. We are proud to be a part of Calgary Craft Brew scene; looking forward to brewing more great beer for our loyal customers. And, of course we need to recognize the efforts of our dedicated staff, we have a great team!
By Deb Matejicka Community Reporter Global News
One thing is clear Calgary: you sure do love beer!
For this week’s #YYC5, Global News asked viewers and social media followers where they go for their favourite pint in the city.
The responses poured in — but that’s hardly surprising when you take into account that in the last five years, the amount of brewing companies in the city have more than doubled.
Beer lovers can now seek out any one of 30 breweries in Calgary but #YYC5 had to narrow the list down to just five.
From older company to new, the year-old Railyard Brewing brought in a keg load of votes. Like a lot of other breweries, the idea for Railyard was formed while friends Brandon Fortes and Gavin Reynolds shared a couple of beers.
“We were brewing beer at home,” recalled Fortes. “We were neighbours across the street from each other, brewing beers, talking about beer, really getting engaged in the Alberta craft beer scene.”
Reynolds admitted he knew little about the brewing process but added that he was as passionate as Fortes about beer.
“One day, Brandon was out on his driveway brewing a batch and I just basically went up to him and asked him, “Hey man, we should do this. We should build a brewery,” Reynolds said.
That’s exactly what they did. It took them more than three years, but eventually, Railyard Brewing opened its doors late last November.
“As we’re sitting there one day waiting for one of the freight trains to go by — it [was like] why not Railyard? That’s really what ties Alberta together, ties our economy, ties our culture. From there we were inspired,” he said.
That inspiration can be seen throughout the 13,000-square-foot brewery located near the airport.
“We’re still working on it constantly,” Reynolds said. “We’re still incorporating the Railyard atmosphere in here. We’ve got graffiti artists coming in here on our off days.”
For the amount of attention they pay to decor, the Railyard crew pays even more to each of its carefully crafted brews which include a lager, a pale ale, an IPA and their signature Nitro Stout.
“We took that nice, creamy, sweet stout… and from there we add the liquid nitrogen, which ensures that whether you get it on draft or you take a can home and you pour it out… you’ll actually get that beautiful cascade every time,” Fortes explained, adding that the process helps double down on “that creamy factor.”
It's been a long time coming and many of you that have visited us in the tap room have known we've been working on it for some time; but we're proud to announce the Railyard Nitro Stout has had it's first canning run! A special thanks to our friends at Cask for helping us dial in the nitrogen dosing for the Nitro Stout.
Cans are now available in the tap room and will be available in your favourite liquor store soon.