Edmonton's Breweries

Looking for the pitcher perfect brew? Well, look no further than Edmonton's craft breweries. These institutions are serving up some frothy goodness and inventive flavours that will quench your thirst and have you ordering another round (or two). Keep scrolling for the best brews and where to find them!

Situation Brewing Company

Situation Brewing Company, located in the heart of Old Strathcona, is a fully functioning microbrewery dedicated to crafting a rotating line up of exciting beers, all brewed onsite. Pop in for a brewery tour, a pint, or a meal in the attached restaurant with views of the brewers hard at work.
Must-try brews: Page Turner IPA, Gateway Wheat Ale & Extrovert Red Ale.

Alley Kat Brewing Company

Alley Kat brewery is the 4th oldest in Alberta with a current capacity of 18,000 hectoliters (that's 5.1 million bottles) annually. Swing by this local craft beer staple for a brewery tour, or try one of their brews at many restaurants around the city.
Must-try brews: Aprikat, Main Squeeze, Scona Gold and Full Moon.

Blind Enthusiasm Brewing Company

Blind Enthusiasm offers up a huge range of beers— from crisp lagers to hoppy ales. Plus, they are working on a range of barrel-aged beers and spontaneously fermented sour ales to share. Head to their restaurant, Biera, for a night of great food and even better brews in Ritchie Market.
Must-try brews: Extra Special Monk, ACME Red, Uncle Buma's Heritage Ale & Don'tcha Hate Chase?

Sea Change Brewing Company

Led by musicians, graphic designers, and seasoned craft brewers, Sea Change Brewing Co. focuses on brewing unpretentious beers at a reasonable price. Sea Change can be found on tap in restaurants around the city, or at their intimate taproom in Edmonton's south side.
Must-try brews: Prairie Fairy, Irish Red Ale, Session Ale & The Wolf.

Yellowhead Brewery

Yellowhead Brewery is one of Edmonton's oldest craft breweries, based in the historic H.V. Shaw building downtown. The brewery doubles as an incredible event space, with a tasting room right next door that is perfect for lunch or happy hour.
Must-try brews: Premium Lager & Remlar IPA.

Two Sergeants Brewing Company

This micro craft brewery has come a long way since it's humble beginnings in Fort Saskatchewan. With a large seating capacity, a private tasting room/games room, and a stage for live music, Two Sergeants is a great place to grab a pint and catch up with friends.
Must-try brews: Chinook Stout, 17 Pounder IPA, Passion D'Ale Wit.

Town Square Brewing Company

Town Square is a family-friendly brewery/taphouse with thirst-quenching rotating taps. This brewery might be small, but that has nothing to do with the flavours coming from their beer (and the craft pizza ain't bad either).
Must-try brews: Prairie Fire Rauchbier, Sterling Silver Pilsner & Master Splinter Amber Session.

Analog Brewing

Analog brewing launched in early 2018 with a focus on creating easy drinking, delicious beer with a nerdy twist— as you can see from the way they name their brews. Their taproom is open from Thursday-Saturday and their beer can also be found at many local restaurants.
Must-try brews: Ready Paler One, Power Up Porter & In Another Castle.