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CALGARY (December 8th, 2021) – Canadian Sport Institute Calgary (CSI Calgary) is excited to announce the new custom Legacy Lager with Calgary-based brewery Trolley 5 Brewpub, with proceeds going to support Alberta’s high-performance athletes.  

The Legacy Lager is now available for all sport fans, just in time for the holidays! The CSI Calgary branded cans (4-pack tall cans) will be available at Trolley 5 and select local liquor stores for purchase. The 4-pack of cans will be available for $15.00, with $1.00 from each pack going towards supporting CSI Calgary registered athletes. 

“Trolley 5 is excited to announce another great collaboration with CSI Calgary to help raise money for our National Team athletes”, said Ernie Tsu, Owner of Trolley 5 Brewpub. “This community partnership is so important to us as a brewery in support of future national team programs and the athletes being developed in them.” 

CSI Calgary supported athletes Reece Howden (Ski Cross), Cynthia Appiah (Bobsleigh), Brittany Hudak (Para-Nordiq Skiing), and Zach Lavin (Para Ice-Hockey) are featured on individual cans in the pack. 

“We’re thrilled to have Trolley 5 join us in supporting our Alberta athletes. Being able to support local businesses and local athletes in their performances is a great example of how we can work together to build community in Calgary, and Alberta”, said Gary Davies, President and CEO, CSI Calgary.  

For more information, and to buy your CSI Calgary Legacy Lager packs today, visit Trolley 5’s website here, or at 728 17th Avenue SW, Calgary, Alberta, T2S 0B7.  


About the Canadian Sport Institute Calgary

The Canadian Sport Institute Calgary provides world-class training environments in Alberta. With the support of our partners, we deliver leading sport science and medicine, coach education and life services to help Canada’s high-performance athletes achieve Olympic and Paralympic podium performances. For more information, please visit 

Media Contact: Annie Gagnon, Director, Marketing & CommunicationsCanadian Sport Institute Calgaryc: 613.262.9644e:  Annie Goncin, Manager, Athlete Services & Digital MediaCanadian Sport Institute Calgaryc: 647.767.6862e: