Beamsville Beer Guide: Your Beamsville guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

Latest reviews from Beamsville

78 /100 3991 KING ST
“2019-09-06. Bigger than I was expecting! For me there is a very "wine country" feel to the taproom, just based on the design lines, space layout, and overall feel to it. Long bar. Stools have backs in them! Yay! Italian sandwich was excellent, Mac and cheese was a touch small but rich. Pretzel was great but plates on a bed of mustard that sort of limits your control how much you got... not sure if that was on purpose or not? Friendly staff. Two small patios. Beers are all excellent, some a bit mild but still very nice. A must visit if you are in the area.“
jercraigs 328 days ago
84 /100 3991 KING ST
“Visited on June 16, 2019, before noon. Located on Niagara Road 81, between Beamsville and Jordan, in a former school (Maple Grove), it 's name for the type of topography between the lowlands on the shores of Lake Ontario and the Niagara Escarpent, two wineries in Beamsville have that word on their name. Quite a large brewery, bigger than the others in the region, the former school is use as pub and retail store, the brewing operation is in the added structure. Parking is via the side road east of the building, with wheelchair accecible. There is an outdoor patio neer the entrance, the pub is on the second floor. The pub is fairly modern, with two long and high communal tables, two smaller ones at each end, two group tables with banquettes and a long bar. The shop is divided in two rooms, next each banquettes, one is refrigerated for beer (which are mostly available on tap), the other is for merchandises. I had the Clean Slate, very good and not too sour, I had their saison and witbier in cans at home and they were nice. The service was equally nice and helpful. All in all this is the most surprising brewery I've been to!“
Quevillon 410 days ago
80 /100 3991 KING ST
“Stunning spot that is big and very well designed. The money that went into it is stunning as well. Service is great with most staff being from the local brew college. Goold large selection of interesting beers. Prices are a touch pricey, but worth it. A must stop if in the area.“
Ferris 658 days ago
78 /100 3991 KING ST
“Beautiful setting for sure, surrounded by vineyards and farms. Moderne brewery, beautiful patio, small but interesting menu, with Moroccan chicken wings, dumplings, and so forth. Beers are decent, 2 to 3$ per samples.“
Lubiere 741 days ago
72 /100 3991 KING ST
“Massive place, and it was busy on a Sunday afternoon. A bit of a fly problem closer to the bar, and crowlers of some beers were on the pricier style. Better than average beer and the newness of this place are big assets. Friendly service.“
Sammy 763 days ago