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Sea Level Brewing is a microbrewery in Port Williams, NS. Brewmaster Randy Lawrence handcrafts an approachable style to unique, flavourful beers.
980 Terrys Creek Road, Port Williams, Nova Scotia
We are a team local to Fredericton, NB, that started brewing beer on a 1 Barrel (31 Gallon) system in a basement, selling to local pubs. After a year of hard work producing some well-received quality brews, we decided we were having too much fun so in May of 2016 we opened our 10 Barrel brewery and tasting room on Main Street. Due to a longtime passion for hops, you will find us typically brewing hoppy, hazy, aromatic, flavourful American-style ales. That isn’t to say you won’t find many other styles on our taps. Just like many, we started as home brewers and we appreciate variety as much as any of our customers!
280 Main Street, Unit 8, Fredericton, New Brunswick
As they explored our coastal waters, legend has it Nova Scotia sailors would toast the discovery of new lands. As you can imagine, navigating the eastern shore archipelagos led to more than a few raised glasses. By the time they reached our home, supplies were understandably short and only one name seemed appropriate: Sober Island. But today, warm hospitality and craft ale await all those with an adventurous heart. Our beer will quench your thirst, warm your heart, and fuel your next trek into the wild blue yonder.
22478 Hwy 7, Sheet Harbour, Nova Scotia
Many years ago, a two-headed calf came to Tatamagouche. We think it’s no coincidence that he happened to show up here. After all, Tatamagouche is a place of many strange and wonderful things. It’s a little town with big ideas. A town that’s always looking forward while still keeping an eye on the past. This two-headed place is our home and it inspired us to make good beer for good people. Beer that just happens to be a mix of the traditional and the unexpected. We are the Tatamagouche Brewing Company. Let’s raise a glass to Pure Tatamagoodness.
235 Main Street, Tatmagouche, Nova Scotia
Uncle Leo’s Brewery is located in Lyon’s Brook, Nova Scotia along the scenic bank of the West River, 2 kilometers from the town of Pictou. Uncle Leo’s Brewery is the dream of Brewer, Karl Whiffen and is wife Rebecca and named for Karl’s Great Uncle Leo who brewed and sold his own ales out of his General Store in Newfoundland in the 1940’s.
2623 Hwy. 376, Lyon's Brook, Nova Scotia
Wayfarers’ Ale Society came together in 2012 as a group of craft beer enthusiasts living in Nova Scotia to create and develop our own beers, (both lagers and ales) in contrast to the ever increasing blandness of industrial beers and very hoppy but good craft beers (of course we do make hoppy beers as well). After a lot of experimenting, and tasting, we gravitated towards making really interesting beers, that go well with foods, and we also enjoyed reviving some heritage beer recipes and seasonal beers such as fresh filtered light ales. A point came when so many of our friends liked our beers that the Society decided to also make these available to the everyone. We needed more brewing space and so the decision to build a new craft brewery was hatched, one with a focus of designing and making beers we enjoyed ourselves, and also in response to our desire to ‘support local’ in a very real way here in the Valley.
1116 Kars St., Port Williams, Nova Scotia
The Downeast Beer Factory is Nova Scotia’s newest craft brewery located in Burnside. With a history steeped in the Maritime beer industry, we bring our wealth of experience together with downeast hospitality and the latest trends in the craft brewing industry to present the Halifax-Dartmouth marketplace with a unique tap and grill.
612 Windmill Road Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Nova Scotia
Halifax’s most questionable brewery and taproom. We make beer for misfits because we don’t wanna grow up. And like the misfits we welcome, our beers are eccentric, experimental and untrue to style. Oh, and most of our beers are gluten-reduced.
2736 Robie St., Halifax, Nova Scotia
For over 30 years the Granite Brewery has been producing award winning ales in Halifax, Nova Scotia. We specialize in English style real ales. Look for our fine products in some of Halifax’s better known restaurants and bars. Our products are always avaliable at our beer store for you to take home.
6054 Stairs Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Nine Locks Brewing came about when the founders Shaun and Danny O’Hearn (cousins) were enjoying a craft beer on a warm summer night in 2014. Both craft beer enthusiasts, the two often talked about building a craft brewery in their hometown of Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. After finding an ideal location on the Waverley Road in Dartmouth, the two decided on the name Nine Locks Brewing Co. to give tribute to the historic Shubenacadie Canal, where there were nine original locks built to facilitate transportation between Halifax and the agricultural, timber, and coal producing areas of Northern Nova Scotia and the Annapolis Valley. It was important to them that the brewery honoured the tradition of craft brewing techniques using all natural ingredients with no preservatives, no pasteurization, and never any filtration to ensure the most flavourful beer possible. After a year of planning, and another 8 months of building, their dream of opening their own craft brewery has come to fruition. Located at 219 Waverley Road, stop in for a sample of our beer, or just say hi and have a look at our brewery. If we aren’t brewing, we’ll give you the 10 cent tour.
219 Waverley Road Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
Belgian-inspired, craft beer. Proudly brewed in Halifax, Nova Scotia. North Brewing Company is all about great beer and an alternative approach to business. We are proud to brew our beer in the communities of North End Halifax and Downtown Dartmouth.
2576 Agricola Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia