Please email us if you cannot find an answer to your question.
A taproom is a product tasting room attached to a brewery. It serves beer brewed onsite.
No. Under Manitoba law, only alcoholic products made onsite can be sold in a taproom.
We don’t have a kitchen but we do have packaged snacks (chips, popcorn, and snack mix). Food can also be carried in or ordered in from local restaurants. Ask at the bar for takeout menus and staff recommendations.
Yes, we serve non-alcoholic beer, kombucha, sodas, sparkling water, and Aeropress coffee.
Yes, our patio is open from approximately May through October. Outside food is welcome.
Yes, our taproom and patio are all-ages. We even have some board games and colouring books.
Only service dogs are allowed in the taproom and on the patio, per guidance from our Manitoba Health inspector.
Yes, email us or send us a direct message on Facebook or Instagram and we’ll reserve a table for your group.
Yes, we rent out the taproom on Sundays, Mondays, and Tuesdays. Email us or message us on Facebook or Instagram for details.
Yes, we run a pub quiz every second Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. Watch our Facebook and Instagram one week before to sign up your team and guarantee a spot. It usually fills up fast.
Yes, we host free live music once a month during the winter months. Check our Facebook and Instagram for dates and performers.
No, all of our beers contain barley. Some also contain wheat.
Most are lactose-free but some do contain lactose. Check the menu for lactose warnings or ask your bartender.
Not yet, but we hope to in the future.
For the time being, no. Our taproom is the only place you can get our beers.
No, but we can rent you a keg of our own along with a serving tap. Some restrictions may apply, email us for more details.
A growler is a take-home refillable container for beer. Most are glass but some are aluminum or ceramic. A standard growler holds 64 oz. (four pints). A howler holds 32 oz. (two pints).
Yes, we refill growlers and howlers, including those from other breweries. We also sell branded ones to get you started.
Drink your growler/howler within 72 hours. Empty ones should be rinsed thoroughly and left uncapped to air dry.
Yes, our taproom doubles as an exhibit space for rural Manitoba contemporary artists.
Yes, email us or message us on Facebook or Instagram to speak with our curator.
Some is and some isn't. Ask at the bar for more details.
No, we only donate to select registered charities. We do not donate to socials, political campaigns, or religious groups.
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