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Beer Store Hours Mon-Sun: 10am - 8pm
Taphouse Hours Mon-Tues: CLOSED | Wed-Sat: 12-10pm | Sun: 12-8pm
Patio Status: CLOSED FOR WINTER
Ripe pink guava collides with juicy lime to create a lip-smacking new take on a classic radler. This seasonal sipper is tart, sweet and refreshing all at once.
Waterloo Signature Series Collection – is a tasteful mix of brews crafted with all-natural ingredients and the pride of our crew. Back again with bold new flavours, inside each pack you will find: Waterloo Passionfruit Wheat, Waterloo Grapefruit Hibiscus IPA and Waterloo Saison All full of character for drinkers who are equally so.
You asked, we deliver – literally!
Now shipping your favourite Waterloo brews across Ontario via Canada Post! Free "Boar to Door" local delivery still available in Kitchener-Waterloo & surrounding areas.
This is your one-stop shop for ice-cold craft beer, creative cocktails, delicious food and great conversation.
Shop a variety of beer brewed on site. Merch and other souvenirs are available, too!
In 1984, we were the first craft brewers in Ontario. With a dedication to precision, detail and pure ingredients, we were – and still are – making the kind of beer we’d choose to drink ourselves.
Waterloo Region is rich with culture, innovation and creativity. We strive to be recognized as both a leader and a participant in this vibrant community.
Waterloo Brewing is excited to announce the new hibiscus cherry limeade sour, called Hummingbird, brewed in collaboration with Waterloo Brewing employee and artist Nick Glynn. This new beer, only available on tap at the Waterloo Brewing Taphouse is being released alongside Glynn’s custom Hummingbird Growler.
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Waterloo Brewing recognizes that most of our work takes place on the traditional territory of the Neutral, Anishnaabe and Haudenosaunee peoples.
We recognize our responsibility to serve as stewards for the land and honour the original caretakers who came before us. Our community is enriched by the enduring knowledge and deep-rooted traditions of the diverse First Nations, Metis and Inuit in Kitchener, today. We recognize, honour and respect these nations as the traditional stewards of the lands and water on which Waterloo Brewing is now present. We encourage all staff members and visitors to Waterloo Brewing to not only acknowledge the traditional territory on which Waterloo Brewing operates, but to also ground this acknowledgement with action and education as we work towards reconciliation as a country.