Walkerville Brewery’s Porter and Cider with Holiday Treats.

Feelin’ Festive?! 🎄 Walkerville’s got you!

Hey there beer lover! 👋

Caramel Macchiato Porter is on the order! 🍺

Something else for Christmas cheer? 🎄

Sugar Plum Cider is right on 🔥

This duo is festive taste perfection! 👌

Make sure you stop in before they sellout!

7.0% ABV | 20 IBUs
Our Caramel Macchiato Porter is a delightful fusion of the coffee world and the beer world. Luscious caramel sweetness with a touch of vanilla combine with Chance Coffee’s cold brew to create a rich and balanced, coffee-forward experience mimicking the flavours of the classic drink. We’re delighted to have collaborated with local roaster, Chance Coffee, by incorporating their ‘Mexico Bella Vista’ coffee into this delectable Limited Edition seasonal brew.

5.0% ABV
A bubbly, handcrafted semi-sweet apple cider infused with the refreshing flavours of plum.

Butternut Squash Appetizer Skewers

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These Maple Bacon Butternut Squash Appetizer Skewers are an easy, fun and festive appetizer for any dinner party! The sweetness from the maple syrup and brown sugar, combined with the saltiness from the bacon makes these skewers so tasty and ideal for any holiday gathering!
Course Appetizer
Cuisine American
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes
Servings 10 skewers



  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees F.
  • Peel and chop your butternut squash into 1-1 ½” cubes.
  • Lay flat on a baking sheet and roast for 25 minutes or until fork tender. (Tip* If you want your squash to get golden brown, do not allow your squash to touch each other. Use two pans if you need.)
  • While roasting, fry up your bacon until crispy (not burnt). When cooled, chop into bits and add to a bowl with the maple syrup, brown sugar and cinnamon. Season with salt as needed.
  • When squash is ready and slightly cooled, skewer your cubes. (I chose to skewer two at a time which gave me about 30 skewers).
  • Finally drizzle your maple bacon glaze over top each skewer and serve warm or at room temperature.
  • Recipe Notes
  • Depending upon the size of your butternut squash, you may get more or less skewers.
  • You can leave out the brown sugar if you wish!
  • Add any fresh herbs you please!