Great tasting beer, crafted for an active lifestyle.

We all care about what we’re putting in our bodies—and now more than ever before. There’s no reason why the beer we drink shouldn’t follow the same approach. We brew our beer with functional benefits sourced from whole foods—without questionable additives.

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Now available at select LCBO’s, Beer Store’s, Longo’s Markets, Sobey’s, Farm Boy’s, and Mr Case across Ontario.

Post-sweat, or no sweat.

Light on alcohol, big on flavour, high in electrolytes, and low in calories. Rally is the ultimate post-session beer, no matter what adventures you’ve got in store.

0g carbs, 70 cals.

Base Layer™ is our light lager with 0g of carbs*, crafted to help you stay on track with every sip. Crush your goals while enjoying the ride. Go ahead, you’ve earned it.


Hydration is on the horizon.

Thirsty? Crafted with post-adventures in mind, our Golden Ale is refreshing, unfiltered, and formulated with artisanal salts and blackcurrants for a highly electrolytic beer.


Go the distance.

Extra Mile™ is our light IPA that offers full tropical & citrus flavours with a crisp finish. No matter what your Extra Mile looks like, what counts is you went further than yesterday.


All pop, no wobble.

Meet Dry Run—our new non-alcoholic beer. A hazy-gold Pale Ale that’s light and crisp with notes of mango and citrus. Full-body flavour and guaranteed hangover-free. Win-win.


Rally for Good.

From day one, we knew we wanted to serve our community more than just great beer. At Rally, we’re a small group with a big collective heart. We care deeply about people and our planet, and are passionate about making a positive impact in the places and communities where we live, work and play. We consider Rally to be a first of its kind purpose-driven beer company which is why we created an impact engine to exist alongside our brand.

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    "I found, to my surprise, that it was a crisp refreshing beer with no unexpected weird flavours. Personally, I couldn’t detect any saltiness. I tried the beer after a relatively easy ride on a hot day. I wasn’t particularly dehydrated but even then I noticed I wasn’t feeling as depleted as I sometimes would after a post-ride beer or two."

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  • Beer Connoisseur logo

    "Pours a hazy, glowing gold with a poofy white head. Aroma is sweet, with some orange zest. The first sip is malty and sweet, with the faint butterscotch character that immediately calls out “golden ale.” The body is quite thick, and the aftertaste boasts an admirable tart quality. I gratefully downed this after a long snowshoe."

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  • Toronto Star logo

    "The taste recalls a pre-craft beer Canadian ale, like a Molson Stock, except with a little hit of tart flavour layered on top, which presumably derives from the black currants."

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  • Canadian Running logo

    "If you’re a light-beer-post-run kind of person, there’s a new beverage on the block that might be of interest to you: Rally Beer, a performance-oriented beer. That’s right, it’s a beer with electrolytes that’s designed to be enjoyed post-exercise."

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