Work hard. Have fun. Make great beer.

In 2015, we broke ground on our brewery and taproom, and through dedicated growth, our products can now be found in various provinces across Atlantic Canada. We opened our second taproom, Oak Manor, in 2021, which caters to the small university town of Antigonish. In 2023, we rose to the challenge and opened The Common, a taproom located at The Hub Shopping Centre, becoming the only licensed food hall in Atlantic Canada.

Throughout the years, we have sold 3.5 million litres of beer and remained true to our no-nonsense ethos: work hard, have fun, and, above all, make great beer.

Ambitious? Yes. Pretentious? Never.

When it came to choosing a location for our brewery and first taproom, we opted for the Burnside Industrial Park – a less-than-trendy spot that reflects our values.

Rather than chasing trends, we prioritize brewing high-quality, accessible beer that our customers love. We chose "The Park" for its cost-effective rent, which allowed us to focus on perfecting our craft and expanding the business. Additionally, we felt at home among the many hardworking people of Burnside who share our values.

Approachable beer for everyone.

When it comes to the beer, we’re proud of what we’ve accomplished so far. With a line of specialized craft products such as Killick, Sea Glass, and Queen Bee, plus some seasonal one-offs, we’ve proven we can go toe-to-toe with the best when it comes to brewing classic beer styles.

We also wanted to offer an affordable, well-crafted, easy-drinking alternative to mainstream beers. Enter the Toller line, which has done just that—nipping at the heels of the big boys since it was unleashed in 2018 and bounded into the NSLC in 2020.

When faced with change, keep it real.

For the first 8 years of operation, we were known by a different name.

In 2022, we were approached by a US-based beverage company that shared the name to potentially co-exist in the Canadian marketplace. That got our hackles up at first. After all, our loyal customers had grown to love our brand as much as we did. After some consideration, and with our no-nonsense spirit leading the way, we decided that this was an opportunity to create a name that better reflected who we are and more importantly where we are.