I consulted on the beer list for them, so I can tell you that the idea was simply to provide one of everything. While it might seem like a great opportunity to get an all craft tap lineup going, the place seats about 160 and there's an existing clientele you can't afford to alienate. It's hard to strike a balance between the regular football fans and the younger, hipper apartment/condo demographic.
They've got Black Oak, Beau's, Mill Street Organic, Muskoka Harvest, Mad Tom, Steam Whistle and Blanche de Chambly. The more esoteric selections are mostly European, but they include some interesting things like Rodenbach and Hofbrau. They have Hennepin on tap. We more or less opted for one of everything.
I think the idea with the La Chouffe is that the variety of beer from La Chouffe will be changing seasonally.
Most importantly, I should note that the cask line used to run to a cellar that had been specially built for cask ale but which had become too warm for cask beer over the course of its existence. I made the case that they should keep one cask handpump and run the line to the beer fridge in the basement instead of the cellar. The result is cask that's now the right temperature. I understand that they may be talking to Kensington about regular cask beer.