Malt, hops and yeast combined with the coldest pure Newfoundland water to create a simple, clean beer.
Brewed on the premises at the historic clock tower building in the northern Newfoundland town of St. Anthony. Population: small...
From our four awesome base recipes, we are working on 12-16 varieties to suit any palate, and changeable throughout the year.
You can't find us anywhere else...yet. Come and visit the tap room to find your favourite today!
We're pretty simple people who like pretty simple stuff - but we sure aren't above experimenting with new tastes! We work from four basic recipes that we developed over a few years of testing and tasting (that was the fun part!). At the moment we're brewing a red ale, a Belgian wit, a brown ale, and a super popular blonde. From these solid recipes, we vary our hops and malt flavors, aiming for a variety of tastes that will total 12-16 beers on tap at any given time. We intend to feature local berries and herbs to spice up the selection, including bakeapple and partridgeberry, and use spruce tips instead of hops (oh man that worked well on a small scale batch!). We also feature a guest brew now and again. Right now you can find Crooked Feeder on tap at RagnaRöck! You'll find something you like when you drop in for a flight...oh, and hurry up. We're waiting for you.
This Belgian Wit is a cloudy, sweeter beer for the beer drinker who isn’t so keen on hops, using toasted oat and wheat with the malt to give the base flavour. If you enjoy a fresh, light beer with a bit of an aroma to it at the start but a crisp, clean finish, this is the beer for you.
Hands down, best seller. If you like a clean, crisp, fresh beer (just to remind you of summer since you only really get a month of it up here), this is your beer. Light on hops and malt, it is an easy drinking beer that'll disappear fast...actually, make sure that isn't your friends playing a prank on you while you're in the loo. It's that good you'll want to hold it close.
If you don't think you like a darker beer, we're going to try to change your mind. We’ll think you’ll like this red ale as much we do. It packs a punch at the end, but it is still mild on the bitterness and full on the flavour. Careful, or you'll find this is the one you’ll be asking for when you thought you wanted a blonde ale. And yes, we do want to be held responsible for changing your mind about beer... tell your friends....
So, you know that taste you get in your mouth when you're out hunting and fall flat on your face in the middle of a bog? This is NOT that. A delicious blend of warm caramel and honey, easy on hoppy bitterness, this is a beer that you'll want when you come in from a day on the water or an afternoon on snow machine. Will remind you of wholesome oatmeal for breakfast, smothered in honey and syrup...without having to eat crappy oatmeal at all. Yum. My kind of breakfast...
Form our amazing friends at the Crooked Feeder Brewing Co in Cormac, NL, these four beers will open your minds to a whole new experience. And, imagine that, you don't have to drive 400km to find them! But the next time you head down to Walmart or off for some Christmas Shopping, stop in at Cormac and fill up a growler. Oh, and while you're there, can you get me one too??
Rite Lite Red Ale
Boggy Bottom Brown Ale
Bit Smatchy Belgian Wit
Da Bold and Beautiful Blonde Ale
Deer Lake Pour Sour
Bunker C Stout