Malt, hops and yeast combined with the coldest pure Newfoundland water to create a simple, clean beer.
Brewed on the premises at the historic clock tower building in the northern Newfoundland town of St. Anthony. Population: small...
From our four awesome base recipes, we are working on 12-16 varieties to suit any palate, and changeable throughout the year.
You can't find us anywhere else...yet. Come and visit the tap room to find your favourite today!
We're pretty simple people who like pretty simple stuff - but we sure aren't above experimenting with new tastes! We started with four basic recipes that we developed over a few years of testing and tasting (that was the fun part!). We had so much fun with many many recipes, but right now we have seven flagship beers on tap which includes a kettle sour, a super popular blonde ale, a brown ale, an IPA, a belgian wit, a red ale, and a session IPA. We are always experimenting with hops and malt flavors, aiming for a variety of tastes that will eventually fill our 15 taps. We intend to feature local berries and herbs to spice up the selection, including bakeapple and partridgeberry, and use spruce tips instead of hops (oh man that worked well on a small scale batch!). We are experimenting again with some test batches and we'll see if they make it as regulars. We also feature a guest brew now and again from Crooked Feeder. You'll be sure to find something you like when you drop in for a flight..even for those of you that don't really like beer...So, hurry up. We're waiting for you.
This crisp, light sour will wrap itself around your
heart the way the great serpent Jormunder wraps
himself around the world. Pleasantly tart, but not overly
sour, this beer is refreshing and light on the palate.
An easy drinking beer, very light on hops, our Blonde Ale has a clean, smooth taste that makes that one month of Newfoundland summer worth drinking outside! You’ll feel like the Valkyries themselves are flying you to Valhalla on their golden wings!
So, you know that taste you get in your mouth when you're out hunting and fall flat on your face in the middle of a bog? This is NOT that.
Don't let the color fool you, this Brown Ale is an easy drinking smooth beer with hints of roasted nuts and
caramel flavors. Accompanied with a slight charge of early boil hop additions providing a well rounded blend of sweet and bitter tasting notes...just watch where you step you may fall head long.....
The Goddess of Death will get you in the end. If you
aren’t careful with her, it might be by the morning! Heavy on the hop additions this juicy, full bodied IPA will leave you looking for more…to your peril!
Not sure what smatchy means? Well, we’re not going
to tell you till you come to Newfoundland, but there is
nothing smatchy about this clean, crisp, hazy Wit. It has a distinct aroma topped with coriander and orange bitters along with a smooth finish for those who prefer a subtle hop flavor in their beer.
Ever play red rover as a kid? Well, our head brewer
did and got himself knocked out! Which was the inspiration for this great tasting red ale. It's a malt forward beer with a great blend of English style hops and a complex grain bill. You'll be left saying "red rover... red rover... send MORE over!"
Warrior, goddess, witch, lady...just like her namesake, this session IPA is many things: golden, hoppy, crisp and delicious. Freyja took half of the fallen warriors to her hall, Folkvangr, to live the afterlife in revelry. We suggest you try this session to experience a bit of heaven now.
Surt. A fire-giant from the hot southern realm of Muspelheim. Bearer of the flaming sabre that razes the world during ragnarök. He might be named for darkness, but you’ll find none of that in these tropical notes. Bask in the fiery glow of this rosy beer as it opens with a blast of tart cherries and ends in a clean, bright sour.
Da Bold and Beautiful Blonde Ale
Boggy Bottom Brown Ale
Hela's Fury IPA
Bit Smatchy Belgian Wit
Red Rover Red Ale
Freyja's Feathered Cloak
Surt's Flaming Sabre
Test Batch (Sept 2020)