Some brews come but once a year while others are here and gone! A great selection of in-season beers and specialties.
Ode to the Wick (First Brewed 8.3.2014)
A smoky, malt-forward nut brown ale. Caramel notes with utilitarian-smoked local ontario-grown speckled gold malt
Watermelon Wit (First Brewed 8.4.2014)
German-style wheat beer fermented with local organic mini red watermelons. A subtle fruitiness.
Fire in the Pumpkin Patch (First Brewed 10.29.2014)
Take the smokey notes of the Ode to The Wick nut brown ale (courtesy of that happy malting accident) add a few bushels of roast organic pumpkin from H.O.P.E Co-operative in Aylmer, balance with some Bertwell Hops from Guelph and season with fair trade organic cinnamon and nutmeg for a truly quaffable smoked pumpkin ale
Heritage Wit (First Brewed 2.21.2015)
There’s nothing dim wit’ted about this refreshing delight. Brewed with heritage red fife & emmer wheat from Aylmer.
Bad Moon Ryezen (First Brewed 3.30.2015)
This is a nice warmer featuring the peppery spice of local rye and the fruity esters of a naturally hazy dark German wheat beer. Featuring all organic malts and all local hops this is made for Christmas in Canada
Neighbourhood Tart (First Brewed 7.6.2015)
A fabulously tart rhubarb wheat ale with rhubarb grown right here in the Old East Village!
Sappy Warden (First Brewed 7.25.2015)
Our Ward 4 with a healthy dose of organic maple syrup from Mount Forest.
Elder Wit (First Brewed 7.25.2015)
A delicious beer brewed with organic and heritage wheat malts. The result is a great looking hazy white beer. But, wait(!) there’s more. This is the Elder Wit! With the flowers of the elderberry in bloom, Aaron harvested them and added them to the beer after primary fermentation had ended. The flavour is delicate and […]
Dunk Tank (First Brewed 3.7.2016)
This dunkelweizen is great for spring. Deliciously complex with hints of ginger and cinnamon with a low bitterness make this a very drinkable dark wheat beer.
Norfolk Amber (First Brewed 8.7.2016)
A brew that is a little lighter than the Red with a different mix of malts but the same great local hop taste
Magnum P. Einkorn (First Brewed 9.4.2016)
Prepare to wet the moustache with this experimental brew. This delicious wheat beer features both malted and unmalted grains including the flavourful einkorn variety. Our friend Paul Spence grew the einkorn on his farm in Chatham-Kent and the magnum hops were grown in Norfolk county.