A pair of new beers are rolling out of the brewhouse at 4 Pines this weekend as they set about celebrating both Canada Day and Independence Day. First up is the Canuck Canadian Red Ale, designed to be a perfect match with their maple syrup drizzled pancakes with bacon. It comes in at 5.0% and 30IBUs, is unfiltered and has "clean, fresh bitterness complimented by a biscuit-like palate and aroma". Then on Monday, the RyePA (Rye IPA), a beer firmly in the image of the country it's been brewed to celebrate - 7.0% and 49IBU - will be unleashed. According to the brewer, it's "decidedly hoppy and bitter" and "exhibits a fine balance between resinous hop bitterness and a rye derived grainy palate".