Two Wolves Brewing Releases Inaugural Beers

twowolvesTwo Wolves Brewing is a new brewery operating out of Vancouver’s first contract brewery, Factory Brewing.

This month, they are set to release their first two beers, their Arctic Blonde Ale and Great Plains Brown Ale.

Find out more below:

Vancouver, BC— New beer brand Two Wolves Brewing Inc. (Two Wolves) announces its launch with the release of two pure Canadian beers, available in July 2017.

The British Columbian start-up partnered with award-winning brewer Warren Boyer to produce its range, which is inspired by an old legend of the same name. To create a harmony between light and dark sides within us all, Two Wolves presents a bright Arctic Blonde Ale for the light side and a smooth, rich Great Plains Brown Ale to soothe the darker character.

The namesake story is a teaching about life and the struggle within us to be good or evil. The side that wins is dependent on which wolf one chooses to ‘feed’. It is the brainchild of Canadian hospitality veteran David Chadwick and like David, Two Wolves comes alive in the outdoors.

“Canada is a great country. I have spent my whole life filling weekends with trips to the wilderness and making the most of what’s around me. Adventuring is what Canadians do, it’s a part of our lifestyle—and the best part is it is available to everyone,” said David Chadwick, CEO and Founder, Two Wolves.

He continued, “That’s what our company ethos is about. We want to make great beers that everyone can enjoy—flavours you can come back to time and time again, whether it’s with your friends in a pub or packed with your camping gear.”

“Our aim is to connect beer drinkers back to the outdoors and encourage them to explore both sides. Wherever they are, Two Wolves will be there with them, because we are from there too.”

Two Wolves Brewing will be donating five cents from the sale of every can and bottle across the country to supporting the protection of wolf habitats in Canada and aiding in the prevention of their extinction. “Wolves are critical to the eco-system of this country” says Chadwick, “It is something that we are passionate about and we want to do our part to ensure that 100 years from now they are still thriving.”

You can find Two Wolves beer in retail outlets and hospitality establishments throughout Western Canada from July 2017.

The beer is produced in Vancouver by Factory Brewing Ltd., on behalf of Two Wolves Brewing Inc.

Two Wolves Brewing Arctic Blonde Ale

Our light brew, Two Wolves Arctic Blonde Ale is an approachable, easy- drinking beer that is visually appealing and has no dominating malt or hop characteristics. Rounded and smooth, it’s a Canadian classic – just a no frills beer with great taste and a clean finish.

16 IBU (International Bitterness Units) / 5.5% ABV (Alcohol by Volume)

Two Wolves Brewing Great Plains Brown Ale

Our dark brew, Two Wolves Great Plains Brown Ale is a well-balanced beer with a deep copper colour and aromas of roasted malt, cocoa and caramel. This highly engaging beer is medium bodied and bright with a high carbonation and pairs well with most foods.

18 IBU (International Bitterness Units) / 5.5% ABV (Alcohol by Volume)


2 thoughts on “Two Wolves Brewing Releases Inaugural Beers

  1. I worked for these people for two years and they couldn’t even have the decency to pay us our remaining wages/vacation pay when they illegitimately declared “bankruptcy.” Just trying to prevent these snakes from profiting off of the money that they stole from us.

    Little do you know but when this new brewery was founded, me and many of my other coworkers were trying to get our last owed paycheques! Husband of Cora Wills (Two Wolves chairman and founder), Chuck Wills, was actually the owner of BRB Co. Brewery+Eatery which was previously named Big River Brewing, until he declared ‘bankruptcy’ and refused to pay any of his employees. Search up reviews and I’m sure it will open your eyes to what kind of scumbags run this company. Chuck and Cora Wills, along with David Chadwick, Michelle Gowing, Stephen Parker, Nathan Griffiths, and Jeff Knight are all part of the executive/operational/sales teams of Two Wolves Brewing and they ALL also worked with us at BRB.

    Chuck Wills refused month after month to pay rent and we had the doors shut by the landlord in 2015, then again in 2016. As David Chadwick was our GM, he also played the victim act, claiming that “For my part I can tell you that I had advised the ownership that they needed to take the pending action from the landlord very seriously. They have chosen not to take my advise and tried a course of action that clearly has not worked.” Along with unpaid rent, the owners refused to pay cleaners and many, many others. Must be a great cast of actors that Chuck and Cora have under them to be able to cry with us over lost jobs and wages but then turn around to help build another brewery.

    This shady brewery is run by even shadier people. Don’t claim bankruptcy then use the money you stole from your employees to open another brewery.

    Don’t want all the bad backlash? PAY YOUR EMPLOYEES.

    Two Wolves Brewing


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