We’d love to host your next private event in our taproom.
The night is yours. Feel free to design an evening based around your ideal experience – the following are just some of the elements we can provide.
Our taproom features seven beers on tap – served in standard sizes or as 12cL (4oz) samples
Belgian Blonde 7%
Belgian Strong 8.6%
Baltic Porter 7%
Seasonal and small batches available
We can offer guided tastings where each beer is be introduced and explained by our team. We will briefly cover the highlights of each beer including its taste and aroma profile. Detailed beer profiles will be available as take-aways for those interested and our team will be more than happy to discuss any questions your attendees may have. Other beverage options can be made available for purchase.
We often partner with the finest chefs in the city to provide food pairings for our tasting events. Food pairings can be full meals or appetizer / hors d'oeuvre sized. Although we collaborate with caterers to design the beer and food pairings, we ask event organizers to coordinate and manage their own catering service.
We can arrange brewery tours giving your event a behind-the-scenes look at the brewery process – please contact us to discuss details.
We can offer photography and videography services for those who would like to capture the moment without ‘killing the mood’ by taking out the smartphone camera all night.
We’re located at 125 Pacific Avenue, stop by between 4-11pm Tuesday to Saturday to see it yourself.
Our taproom’s capacity is 75 people with seating for 45.
We’re currently booking Sunday – Thursday.
There is no fee or cost to rent our taproom, we do however have a minimum spend policy for private events. Please let us know which day is of interest to you and we can come back to you with an amount.
Although we collaborate with caterers to design the beer and food pairings, we ask event organizers to find and manage their own catering service. This cost is unrelated to our minimum spend.
Wine can be served in the taproom if you (the renter) pull your own permit. Regrettably, we are not legally allowed to pull permits for other organizations.