Canada is known for many things, but one thing that is notable about the country is the beer it produces. Canadians rank top 20 as consumers of beer in the world. Some of the top 10 Canadian beer include:

1. Molson Canadian (ABV 5%)

This lager beer is brewed by the Molson Coors Company in Canada. It was first introduced in 1959 and has won several beer awards including the 2002 world cup beer.

2. Moosehead Lager (ABV 5%)

This is a mix of the sweetness of malt and a little bitterness to make the perfect taste. It is brewed by Canada’s oldest independent company called Moosehead Breweries. It won a gold award at the world beer cup.

3. Labatt Blue (ABV 5%)

This beer is brewed by the largest brewing company in Canada. This pale lager beer has different degrees of noble hop bitterness.

It is considered one of Canada’s best selling beers and has won several beer rating competitions internationally.

4. Unibroue La Fin Du Monde (ABV 9%)

The phrase La Fin Du Monde is a French phrase that means the end of the world. This is a bottle conditioned golden ale that was first produced in 1994 by the Unibroue company, and it became famous as soon as it hit the shelves. It is not as bitter as the other Belgium tripels and has a spicier and tingling taste.

5. Red Racer IPA (ABV 6.5%)

Red Racer IPA is brewed by Central City Brewing Company in British Columbia. It is a preferred choice for people who want a drink that has a rich aroma and taste of carbonated citrus. The company that brews this beer has been named for many awards including the best local brewer.

6. Peche Mortel (ABV 9.5%)

This beer’s name loosely translates to mortal sin. The alcohol content is high, making it one of the strongest drinks you can have in Canada. The taste is a blend of cherries, sweet chocolate and coffee. If you want to tantalize your palate, then this is the drink for you.

7. Maudite (ABV 8%)

The name Maudite loosely translates to damned. Perhaps this is in reference to how strong the drink is. The strong alcoholic content is a mix of spicy, fruity and chocolaty.

8. Alexander Keith’s India Pale Ale (ABV 5%)

This beer is considered one of the top speciality drink for people in Canada. It is known for its rich taste of ale and the sweet floral flavour it has.

9. St. Ambroise Pumpkin Ale (ABV 5%)

As the name suggests, this beer has the taste of pumpkin spice. It is known for its rich dry taste.

10. Sleeman’s Honey Brown (ABV 5.2%)

This is a lager created with a taste of natural honey that gives it a sweet finish.