When Harry Wright took over the Station House in 1913, business was booming. Customers who travelled by train enjoyed a warm meal and many a beer at the end of their journey. The famous Georgetown establishment served clients up until 2003. Remnants of the original building can still be seen from our brewery, where we strive to continue that tradition.
Pedaling his bike throughout Georgetown with his trusty pet chicken aboard, the “Chicken Man,” as he was known, has become iconic to the residents of Georgetown. Although his identity is uncertain and his whereabouts unknown, his legend lives on. Make the trip to Georgetown and ask the locals what they know of him, or just enjoy our pale ale in his honour.
George Beardmore had a huge vision for a small tannery he purchased in Acton Ontario in 1856. By 1899 the tannery had grown to an impressive one-million square feet. The iconic Beardmore and Co. water tower stood high above the many buildings that covered the 160-acre site. At its peak it was largest tannery in the entire British Empire! We’re sure many workers at the tannery enjoyed a cool refreshing ale after their long workday. We hope you enjoy ours too.
A refreshing, medium to strong fruity/spicy ale with a distinctive yellow-orange colour, highly carbonated, well hopped, and dry with a quenching acidity
A clean, crisp, delicately-balanced beer usually with very subtle fruit flavours and aromas. Subdued maltiness throughout leads to a pleasantly refreshing tang in the finish.
An average-strength to moderately-strong English ale evenly balanced between malt and hops. Drinkability is a critical component of the style.
A substantial, malty dark ale with a complex and flavourful roasty character.