Brassneck Brewery is located right on Main street, a little off Broadway. The brewery has a growler shop area and a tasting room. The growler shop area is spacious and clean. The tasting room is long and narrow with communal tables, so you’ll definitely get to know your neighbours. It can get pretty busy, so come early or expect waiting. We waited for 15 minutes, which isn’t so bad at all for a Saturday.


Normally, they also have some food trucks outside of the brewery as they don’t have too much of a food selection here.

We ordered flights, which are four 6oz beers for $8. This is a great way to try a wide variety of their beer offerings.

brassneck brewery flights

These were the ones I had:

Sunny Disposition – Single Hop Saison (6%)
I found this saison dry but had good hints of fruity flavours in it. It’s not too hoppy at all, making it a great beer to enjoy on a warm day.

Old Bitch – English Bitter (5.0%)
This beer was more hoppier than the rest of the beers I tasted. But that being said, it wasn’t an enjoyable beer. I was still able to finish this one and would still find it easy to drink in comparison to other similar beers.

Blacklight – Black Altbier (5.5%)
I was initially worried that this would be the most hoppy beer out of all of them, but it wasn’t at all. It’s quite light and has almost a coffee roast taste to it.

One Trick Pony – Smash IPA with Mosaic Hops (9.0%)
This beer may have the most alcohol than the rest, but it certainly doesnt feel like it when you sip on it. Again, being an IPA, I was expecting it to be very hoppy, but it was quite mild. I’d imagine this being really great to pair with a meal.

I’d definitely recommend checking out Brassneck if you’re in the area, it’s a great, local brewery and I look forward in trying more of their beers in the near future!

Food/Drink: 4.5

Service: 4

Value: 4

Ambiance: 4



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