Taps are pouring again! It’s been a long few months and we are looking forward to seeing you all again. That said, things will be a little different around here for the (hopefully) short term. When you come, please read our new house rules:
🍻 Please wait to be seated. Our staff will sanitize a table and stools for you upon entry.
🍻 6 people to a table max, no joining other tables or groups within the brewery.
🍻 Return your glasses to the bins on the front and back bars provided.
🍻 Keep 6ft/2m apart and use the hand sanitizer stations provided throughout the tap room.
🍻 We will not be filling used growlers yet. This is based on provincial health guidelines and recommendations of the B.C. Craft Brewers Guild. We will have new glass to purchase for the time being
🍻 We will be running at 50% of our normal capacity (48 people) so please be patient and we will seat you as soon as we possibly can.
🍻 We have implemented a safety plan for our staff and customers to keep everyone as safe as possible through this transition and will be wiping down all high use areas and equipment including door handles, tables, chairs, stools, POS, bathrooms, etc.
There are a total of 10 taps, offering 4 mainstay beers and 4 ever-rotating seasonal offerings. If beer’s not for you, we always have a cider and our in-house brewed kombucha (non-alcoholic) on tap as well.
Last Cast Lager
Twin Falls Pale Ale
A Northwest-style Pale Ale that features citrusy American hops balanced against a substantial malt backbone. The hops kick off flavours of orange, lemon, grapefruit, and pine, which balance against spiciness from rye malt, and sweetness from crystal malt.
Hudson Bay ISA
This India Session Ale is brewed in the Northeast or New England style. It is hazy, full-bodied, a little sweeter, and has a softer bitterness than NW style hoppy beers. A huge percentage of the grist is oats, which add a soft, silky mouthfeel.
Bootlegger Brown Ale
This is an English-style Brown Ale. It’s slightly less carbonated than the other styles. Grains that have been roasted and/or caramelized make up about 20% of the grist, and add flavours of caramel, toffee, toasted bread, and dark chocolate as well as the dark colour.
For a description of all our beers, check out the Beer page.