Hours were updated.
Hours were updated.
We are ending the last few weeks of a very strange summer with fruit IPA’s, and stouts for those nights around that fire pit. This week vanilla plays a role in both our releases.
Hey, if you have a ton of Madagascar bourbon vanilla beans what else are you gonna do?
6 Tails Orange, Vanilla IP...
Hours for this weekend at North Works:
Open Friday August 14 from 2:00pm until 6:00pm.
Saturday August 15 we will be CLOSED for a family function!
The Fighting Iris IPA - 200 lbs of raspberry and 40 lbs of pineapple puree were added during fermentation giving this dry IPA big notes of fresh picked raspberry.
9 Toed Sloth Chocolate Stout - Our flagship chocolate and oatmeal stout is back! This big bold stout is made with heaps of Valrhona ...
We have 2 completely different NEIPA’s available for takeout this weekend.
The 1st is 10 eyes and 20 feet NEIPA. This beer was inspired by the NEIPA's we enjoyed during our workshops in Vermont; dry AF like a NEIPA should be! This is a five hop blend that finishes with big notes of citrus, pas...
We are open this weekend with one NEIPA available for takeout!
More beer releases coming next weekend!
Although phase 3 is now underway in Ontario we have decided to keep our taproom closed for the time being. We have also decided against setting up our patio at this time.
Two new IPA’s available for takeout this weekend @ NWBC.
“Speaking Moistly” IPA 🤤💦🥴 (Oh Yeah, we went there!) This hazy IPA packs a punch of Citra, Sabro, & Enigma hops. Soft, tropical fruit, tangerine, coconut, raspberries, and red currant are all present in this blend.
Whatabout Mosaic IP...
- sub zMy favorite brewery in the area by far. They actually brew enough beer for their customers and have great prices to boot. Love their NEIPAs , so good
- Ed HQuality brewing and they offer crowlers👍👍👍
- Josh tVery friendly and great beer. Edit: wanted to add a bit more to this one. They had 2 beers on when I went in. Both were nicely flavored without any strong or bitter after taste. They sell large 946mL cans called "Crowlers" they fill and seal up the can right at the bar for you. They had a machine off to the side that pressed and sealed the can as you watch. Very nice people working there who made me feel very welcome. They're still pretty much brand new and they seem to still be working out some of their "business personality". I felt like I was going to a buddy's place and he was hooking me up with beer. I hope they keep that feel going as it felt like a place I could go back to.