Bringing together Canada’s best craft breweries
Today, we produce some of the most coveted beer brands in the country and we are happy to make them available at retailers, restaurants and bars across Canada.
Located in Guelph, Ontario, Sleeman Brewery was founded in 1834. Shut down in 1933 for involvement in bootlegging during prohibition, the brewery was reopened in 1988, 50 years later by John Sleeman with his family’s original recipe book.
Located in Chambly, Quebec, the Unibroue Brewery was the first of its kind in North America, and has become one of the world's foremost brewers of bottle refermented specialty ales. Among the most highly awarded breweries in North America, Unibroue’s beers have earned over 183 international medals to date.
One of BC’s original craft breweries, Okanagan Spring was founded by Buko Von Krosigk and Jakob Tobler in 1985. Surrounded by BC’s Interior Mountains and situated among the beautiful Kalamalka and Okanagan lakes, it’s the perfect place to brew BC’s favourite beers.
Calgary's Wildrose Brewery, one the area's first craft breweries was founded in 1996 by Mike Tymchuk and Alan Yule. This WWII air force hangar turned brewery and restaurant, has 16 taps, a full menu and large front patio. Friendly staff, house brewed beer and locally sourced menu items make this a destination for people and their families around the city and province.