Booze Reviews – Russell Brewing Company Brewmaster Series

Craft beer, really good craft beer, has been the sole property of the Pacific coast of the good old USA for a few years now. Enough hops to punch you in the face from the inside, Porters darker than night time at Mount St. Helens and every other bizarre infusion your could imagine have become commonplace in Washington. Oregon and Northern California. Canada has been left in the dust by a nation known for Bud Light and spray cheese.

Russel Brewing Company, located in Surrey, has posted a serious challenge to the supremacy of the Pacific North West of America with its Brewmaster Series. The only issue with these wonderfully crafted bottles and kegs filled with liquid gold is that they are limited quantity. From the Blood Alley ESB to the Black Death Porter every beer in this series is outstanding. My personal favorite is the Guuud! Ale designed specifically Kitanoya-Guu Izakaya restaurants as a palate cleanser.

Like I said these beers are limited quantity releases and are available at select private liquor stores including Central City in Surrey and Legacy Liquor Store in the athletes village. Get them before they’re gone, or contact Russell and demand they be put into full production!!!




6 thoughts on “Booze Reviews – Russell Brewing Company Brewmaster Series

  1. They are in full time production. You can get them at most private liquor stores as well as a number of BCL locations.

    Cheers to looking into what is a very burgeoning British Columbia craft beer scene.

  2. its too bad their managed so poorly. major shareholders ( family?) can’t stop using their shares as toilet paper, continually dumping them down the drain while everyone else that bought in is hanging on for good economic numbers. what a joke.

  3. Great review! You actually covered some nice news on your blog. I came across it by using Yahoo and I’ve got to admit that I already subscribed to the site, will be following you on my iphone 🙂

  4. tried the beer and loved it, i am shareholder of this company. they may know their beer but they suck at their resposibility to their shareholders. i would think just a poorly run company with a grrat product.
    top management should all step aside and let someone who knows business and who’s ready to do the right thing for the shareholders.
    regards, eytan

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