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6 Breweries Across Canada Offering Takeout

Did you know that there are over 1,000 craft breweries in Canada?

Domestically producing 22.5 million hectolitres (and counting!) a year, our national beers account for more than 85% of beer consumed by Canadians, and that’s a reason to celebrate.

This #TakeoutDay, enjoy Beer Day by trying a new brew from your friendly neighbourhood brewery and pair it with one of their delicious dish offerings. Here are 6 cross-Canada brewery favourites to get you started.

Brewhall Beer Co. (Vancouver, BC)

Made by Head Brewmaster Kerry Dyson in the BREWLAB, Brewhall’s pale ales, IPAs, sours and lagered beverages, are sure to keep Vancouverites refreshed.

Plus, who can resist their seafood meal add-ons featuring PNW Salmon Bowls, Seared Tuna Green Goddess Salads, and Tuna Poke Bowls.

For dinner, indulge in their Guinness and Beef Stew with soda bread, Apple Whiskey Cake and Sticky Toffee Pudding!

Address: 97 East 2nd Avenue, Vancouver, BC. @brewhall

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Last Best Brewing Company (Calgary, AB)

Describing themselves as “The new last best frontier for beer,” Last Best Brewing prides themselves as being Calgarians’ liaisons for beer culture experiences, providing site-made beers with tavern-style meals.

Plus, not only do they offer their lines of blondes, lagers, pilsners and IPAs, they’ve journeyed into the world of gin as well.

Current food menu pairings include Alberta Steak and Frites, Beer Braised Beef Short Ribs, Korean Fried Chicken Sandwiches, among other tasty dishes.

Address: 607 11th Avenue Southwest, Calgary, AB. @lastbestbrew

Brazen Hall Kitchen and Brewery (Winnipeg, MB)

“The Home of Great Food and Beer in Winnipeg,” Brazen Hall Brewery is overseen by Head Brewer Jeremy Wells who brings 13+ years of training and knowledge to the cans and glasses of their patrons.

Enjoy a Brazen Hall blonde ale, pilsner, stout, lager or IPA as you bite into their award-winning Krakow Burger (w/ scallion potato bun, bacon peach ketchup and parsley chive sour cream), Bacon Mac & Cheese, Fish & Chips, Cauliflower Tempura’d and more.

Want dessert too? Their English Bread Pudding is divine. Gluten-free? They have beer, cider and fish & chips for that too.

Address: 800 Pembina Highway, Winnipeg, MB. @brazenhall

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Northwinds Brewery (Collingwood, ON)

Made in small batches to ensure ultra-freshness, Northwinds’ beer selections are created “for those with adventurous tastes,” and they never disappoint.

Current selections include Pretty Rivered Pale Ales, Rainmaker IPAs, Route 26 Brown Ales, Monkey Suit Irish Stouts, Red Sunset Irish Red Ales and more. For lunch and dinner combos, add popular selections like their PEI-inspired Brewpub Fries, Pulled Pork Tacos, Smash Burgers and Mexican Beef Phillies.

Address: 499 First Street, Collingwood, ON. @northwindsbrewery

Isle de Garde (Montreal, QC)

Offering beer drums, bottles and must-have hot eats, Montrealers were ecstatic to find out Isle de Garde has pivoted to offering a takeout program for their bites and brews.

Paired with IDG IPAs, Gose, Bitters, Blonde Lagers and Brown Ales, indulge in a delectable dish like The Samuel L. Jackson Royal Burger with Cheese, Paulette Jean-Marie Fried Chicken with Mac & Cheese and Grilled Corn, or their Vegan Chickpea Curry Wrap.

Address: 1039 Rue Beaubien Est, Montreal, QC. @isledegarde

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Bannerman Brewing Co. (St. John’s, NFLD)

Located on the property of St. John’s historic East Fire Station, Bannerman Brewing Co. dedicates its beers to the sense of community displayed throughout the city’s history in its collectivism and resilience in even the toughest situations – like the Great Fire of 1982. Always experimenting, you never know what new small batches could be found on the shelves on your next visit.

Beer connoisseurs enjoy IPAs, Dry-Hopped Sours, Pilsners (pictured) and Pale Ales, Fried Chicken Parm Sandwiches, Bahn Mi Dogs, Popcorn Tofu and Dry Spiced Wings are also available.

Address: 90 Duckworth Street, St. John’s, NL. @bannermanbrewingco