Edmonton Craft Beer Guide
Edmonton's craft beer scene has exploded over the past few years. From Bent Stick and Sea Change to Alley Kat and Blind Enthusiasm, there's so many to try! Not sure where to start on your self-guided Edmonton brewery tour? We've got you covered with our short guide to the city's hopping beer scene.
As your favourite breweries begin to reopen, be sure to continue practicing safe spatial distancing, frequent hand washing and following the guidelines put in place to keep everyone safe! We also recommend checking the individual brewery's website for updates on dine-in availability, curbside pick-up and more.
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Alley Kat Brewing Company
Bent Stick Brewing
Odd Company Brewing
Sea Change Brewing Co.
Endeavour Brewing is a family and community orientated craft brewery in St. Albert. Their love for great quality beer drove the team to develop and brew their favourite pints. Consistent quality and the freshest ingredients are paramount. The folks at Endeavour Brewing are inspired by their other passions in life including the outdoors, sports and those who are taking risks and making great things happen!
Come for: The laid back atmosphere.
Stay for: brews like the Tumbling Goat Belgian Pale ALe and the Lost Flip Flop Saison.
Town Square Brewing Co.
Growlery Beer Company
The Growlery is one of Edmonton's newer breweries, located along Airport Road, in the Kingsway area. They produce locally crafted beer using a 12hL Brewhouse, four 24hL Fermenters and two 24hL Brite Tanks. The Growlery strives to create quality brews while reducing their ecological footprint, living sustainably and providing a better future for all!
Come for: their featured drafts like the Wheels Up! Saison.
Stay for: the cold brew coffee and tea.
Polar Park Brewing
Campio Brewing Co.
Omen Brewing specializes in darker styles of beer, but they also offer brews for those who are a little afraid of the dark (don't worry, your secret is safe with us). Omen is a family owned and operated business in Edmonton’s East central Brewery district. Off-sale brewskies are available for pick-up, and you can also order delivery with Skip the Dishes.
Come for: the taproom patio.
Stay for: Dark brews like the Spilt Milk Nitro Milk Stout.