I seem to recall Getting a mix pack of 6 tall cans, with a couple doubled up, a couple Christmases ago. Don’t know if it was LCBO or Beer Store, though.
5 or so years ago, before rebranding as Inukshuk, their IPA was an under the radar decent hoppy alternative to Mad Tom, 10 Bitter Years etc. It’s a malty, dated IPA now, of course.
I’ve always actually liked their Altbier. A good exanple of a currently unsexy style. They also used to do Wunder Weiss, which was almost as good as the original Dennison’s, IMO. Unfortunately, it’s now been retired.
I honestly don’t know what TN or GR need to do to update their brands. I kind of feel success in the new age of more knowlegable craft(y) consumers is an equal mix of quality, novelty and marketting. A new brewery could launch with a NE style IPA, a impy stout and a fruit infused kettle sour and they still wouldn’t necessarily move the needle. I bet there are more Brut IPA’s out this summer in Ontario, or in developement, than there are Altbier’s in Ontario. TN doesn’t really put out any super shitty beers, just unsexy styles or interpretations with little to no marketing flair. GR needs to get back to producing quality before they do anything else dramatic.