Our Brewery



TANK TO TAP

Brewhall Beer Co. + Guest Taps

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We are dedicated to awesome beer. Our passion is bringing people together and sharing ideas – working with our collaborative partners and pushing the boundaries in brewing innovation. We make beer that is loaded with BIG flavours: juicy IPAs, bright sours, fruit beers and everything in between.

Our brewery features a 10-barrel system with 6 fermenters, 8 serving vessels and 2 bright tanks, allows us to have a wide variety of different beers available using a direct draft line from the serving vessels straight to the draft system. We call this TANK TO TAP and are proud to offer the freshest beer possible.



Our Signature Series



A lineup of crushable beer created in our BREWLAB by Head Brewmaster Kerry Dyson and Assistant Brewer Greg Pratt.

NEON LIGHTS PALE

JOYSTICK SAISON

HALL PASS IPA

EASY ACCESS WEISSE

PINBALL WITzard LEMONGRASS WIT

O’ZAPFT MARZEN

MIGHTY MORPHIN SOUR RANGERS DRY HOPPED KETTLE SOUR



Our collaborations



A lineup of unique products created in our BREWLAB with our brewery partners – because great things happen when people come together! Check out these unique Collabobeers...

BEEN THERE DOAN THAT RYE LAGER

CH-CH-CHERRY COLA SOUR

SEJUICED DOUBLE RADLER

BELGIAN WHITE IPA

HOT SNAPS IMPERIAL IPA

BAKKIE ROOIBOS RED ALE

IT TAKES TWO TO MANGO IPA

WHISKEY TANGO FOXTROT WHISKEY SOUR

BERLINER WEISSE

ELECTRIC BOOGALOO IPA

JASMINE’S MAIN SQUEEZE SAISON

Skål Nordic Pale Ale

GUAVA FARM – FRUIT FARMHOUSE ALE

STRAWBERRY RHUBARB KOLSCH

CASCADIAN DARK ALE

BC BEER TRIPLE DRY-HOPPED LAGER

GROUP PROJECT FRESH HOPPED KÖLSCH

MYSTIC MIDNIGHT DARK SAISON WITH BLACK CURRANT

VAN DAMN GOOD STOUT



Tank to tap



Want to know how the fresh beer you're drinking is created? Here's a snapshot of the magic that happens in our BREWLAB

#1: Milling

We crush the grain to expose the starch.

#2: Mashing

Water mixes with the crushed grains, causing the starch to convert to sugars. sugary liquid = sweet wort

#3: Boiling

Sweet wort is transferred to the kettle and brought to a boil. Hops added = bitter wort

#4: Cooling

Bitter wort is transferred through a heat exchange, cooling the bitter wort down on its way to the fermenter.

#5: Fermenting

Yeast is added to the bitter wort where it converts sugar into alcohol CO2 and other flavour compounds.

#6: Drinking

Once the beer carbonates in the serving vessel. It is brought straight to our taps. It doesn't get much fresher than that.