By Nicola Ryan
Quidi Vidi Brewery’s smooth Iceberg beer is made with pure water from 20,000-year-old icebergs. The ancient compacted snow, which is completely mineral-free and filled with lots of tiny bubbles, gives the brew a clean, light taste. QuidiVidiBrewery.
Morgaine Parnham is a textile artist based in Bonavista, NL. With chunks of ice collected on the beach, she uses the process of ice dyeing to create beautiful and unique watercolour effects on fabrics, including these cotton jersey infinity scarves. TreeLineFineCraft.com
Landscape photographer Michael Winsor’s incredible images are collected in this beautiful little book, Lost in Newfoundland. The nighttime shot of an iceberg in Ferryland on the cover was selected to be on an international stamp as part of Canada Post’s Far and Wide series. ShopDownhome.com
East Coast Glow creates fresh, chic, plant-based skincare products. They use pure iceberg water and wild ingredients foraged and harvested by hand near their studio in Bonavista, NL. We love their Wild River Mint and Rosemary Iceberg Infused Hand and Body Lotion. EastCoastGlow.ca
On the Rocks
Hard to believe, but it’s been 25 years since the hit movie Titanic had us sobbing in the theatres. Raise a toast to the most (in)famous iceberg of all time. A silicone ice cube tray like this one makes Titanic-themed ice cubes with matching ship-sinking bergs. Amazon.ca