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“Can I reserve a table?”
No reservations. All seating is first come, first serve. Our building occupancy is 50 people. We cannot accommodate large groups. This includes but is not limited to: Tour Groups, Party Buses, Wedding Parties, etc. If you are a large group, we recommend booking a private event when our taproom is closed to the public. You can find more here.
“Can I book a private event?”
Yes. Private events can be booked on Mondays, Tuesdays (12pm-12am) or Sundays (after 6:30pm) when we are closed to general public. Please review our Taproom Rental Agreement
“Are you hiring?”
We are not currently hiring.
“Do you fill growlers from other breweries?”
Yes. We will fill CLEAN 32oz or 64oz growler. Some exceptions apply.
“Do you have a kitchen?”
No. We are a brewery, not a restaurant. We encourage you to bring in your own food or have food delivered to the taproom. We have small snacks available for purchase.
“Where’s your phone number?”
No phone number. Send us a message below.
“Will you donate to my wedding social?”
No. We do not donate items for wedding social raffle prizes. We reserve our donations for charitable causes.
“Can I bring my dog into the taproom or brewery or patio?”
No dogs (or other furry friends). We love dogs, but Manitoba Health Authority prohibits them from being inside the taproom & brewery. To ignore this rule would be to violate a health code.
This rule is also applied to our patio as our permit requires patrons to enter our patio via our taproom building and animals are not allowed to enter our taproom as it is prohibited by Manitoba Health.
These are not our policies. These are rules & regulations set by Manitoba Health and we must follow them so we are not shut down for violating health codes.
We understand that some establishments may allow dogs, however every business & public building is different & different rules are applied based on building set-up, property, space, operating conditions etc. We appreciate your understanding in this matter.
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