Beer lovers rejoice! You’ll find your “beervana” in Brant, where the microbrewery scene is about quality, not quantity. Hops-crazed travellers head here to sample the lagers, ales, stouts and pilsners of this area’s handful of sipping spots. We’ve got 10 reasons why beer lovers shouldn’t miss sipping their way through the county:
If you’re looking to light your fire, the habanero chili pepper lager, Hielo de Fuego, at Bell City Brewing Co. should do the trick. This in demand beer is usually a sell out.
Scotland’s Flux Brewing Co., which just opened in the summer of 2020, makes its beer with hops grown just 7 km away in Vanessa and grains produced at nearby farms.
Mash Paddle Brewing Co. celebrates each of its new beer releases with live music events and noshables from tacos to barbecue.
The chocolate and orange porter at Bell City Brewing Co. isn’t the only match made in heaven that is a must-try. The Castaway Beach Orange Ginger Wheat Ale is crafted with summer in mind and fuses fresh ginger, orange zest and coriander to produce an intensely refreshing experience.
Steelwheel Brewery adds forty pounds of this tropical fruit to make their dry hopped kettle sour, Steelwheel Mango Sour, producing a unique brew bursting with fresh flavour.
Like the sound of Black Liquorice Imperial Stout, Cap’n Crunch Ale, or French Toast Porter? Visit Bell City Brewing, where the list of interesting and unique brews is almost endless.
Housed in a former horse stable and riding arena, Flux Brewing Co. serves up picturesque pints on a huge patio that overlooks a pond, rolling farm fields and rustic barn in the distance.
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