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Seasonals & Specialties

Seasonals & Specialties

Fire in the Pumpkin Patch



First brewed October 2015. ABV 4.7% IBU 25

Fire in the Pumpkin Patch, Smoky Pumpkin Ale, with roasted local pumpkins from H.O.P.E. Eco-Farms in Aylmer. On-tap and in bottles.

Resolution Kumquat Sour



First brewed August 2018. ABV 4.2% IBU 11

A light, zippy sour that is naturally cloudy with a tangy acidity. This perfect summer sour has notes of citrus and tropical fruit!


Heritage Wit



First brewed September 2014. ABV 5% IBU 12

Brewed with unmalted heritage wheat and infused with orange zest, coriander, and chamomile this is a beer that boldy proclaims that summer has arrived. It has hints of banana and cloves owing to the characteristics of the beer yeast used and the decision to leave it unfiltered. This approach is also responsible for the characteristic haze. A refreshing drink on any warm summer day. Available on tap, in bottles, and in growlers!

Aged Appropriate - Barrel Release



First brewed September 2019. ABV 5.1% IBU 13

Cabernet Sauvignon grape with an earthy rye ale and tart spelt kettle sour combine to create a tantalizing oak barrel-aged creation. Rye Sour Aged for Nine Months in Cabernet Sauvignon Hungarian Oak Barrels.


Front Porch Session IPA



First brewed May 2019. ABV 4% IBU 30

This bright, lively, and light sessionable mosaic IPA is perfect for the warm weather with subtle notes of juicy citrus.

Resolution Hibiscus Haskap Sour



First brewed May 2019. ABV 4.2% IBU 11

Beautiful Hibiscus & Haskap, is our latest kettle sour. A vibrant zippy sour ale with lemony floral notes from tart and juicy local haskap berries and hibiscus.


Downtown Coconut Brown



First brewed August 2017. ABV 4.4% IBU 20

Positioning the working ingredient of beer out front, partnered with a simple but effective hop addition, this malt-focused libation honours the foundation of all beer. Balancing the intense caramel aroma and sweet biscuit notes from Caramunich malt and toasted coconut, with an espresso-like bouquet of coffee and chocolate from Carafa spring barley.

Local 117



First brewed August 2014. ABV 4.8% IBU 25

This is a malt-forward and sessionable amber ale that delivers a refreshing taste of Ontario. It has some of the qualities of an English Pale Ale with a focus on the aromas of the hops rather than their bittering qualities. The amber colouring is derived from the Organic Newdale Barley which is grown and malted in Guelph, Ontario. The name of the beer harkens to a few things that are representative of our brewery – a worker’s collective and a focus on local ingredients. All the ingredients in this bottle are sourced from within 117 KMs of our brewery. All ingredients in this beer are traceable to a farmer. All ingredients in this beer are organic or transitional organic.


Bad Moon Ryezen



First brewed November 2015. ABV 5.7% IBU 17

The peppery spice of local rye malt combine with the clove-like esters of a naturally hazy dark German wheat beer. Featuring over 80% local malts and entirely local hops, this warming beer is made for our cooler temperatures.

Transmission Ale



First brewed November 2017. ABV 5.5% IBU 45

Broadcasting: In collaboration with Western Radio, Transmission Ale is a mosaic dry hop IPA that is sure to please.


Truly Local Black IPA



First brewed September 2019. ABV 6.9% IBU 80

Great beer begins on a farm. The Truly Local Craft Beer Festival showcases beers that are not only brewed locally, but brewed using ingredients grown on local farms. In collaboration with the London Homebrewer's Guild, we host an annual competition where the only criteria is the use of greater than 60% local ingredients. As to be expected, the results are innovative and outstanding and picking a winner is a challenge. This year's winner is a very delicious Black IPA, created by CHris DeGroot, that showcases the bright flavours of Hayhoe Hops.