Currently On Tap


French Table Beer

3% abv

It’s time to reclaim the lunchtime pint. Meals should be worth celebrating, and what better way to do so than having a pint in hand while you take a mid-day break to enjoy a bite? At 3%, SVP is approachable, but different than most attempts are creating a “light” beer as it’s brewed with wheats, oats, and barley, and fermented with our house saison yeast.


Dry Hopped Saison with Orange Peel & Indian Coriander

5.3% abv

Chanan is a hybrid of three styles as it is hopped like an IPA, uses orange peel and coriander like a German wit, and is fermented with our house saison yeast. Chanan is full of bright citrus aromas and flavours and drinks dry, making for an approachable, but complex, refreshing sip every time.

Young Rival


6% abv

Young Rival is our flagship IPA. Using a blend El Dorado, Amarillo, and Mosaic hops, we focused on creating a juicy and tropical IPA with very limited bitterness, and a simple malt bill that lets the hops shine.

Idaho Beach House

Session IPA

4.5% abv

Thanks to an almost absurd amount of Idaho 7, one our favourite hops known for it’s tropical fruit and resinous flavours and aromatics, this beer transports you to the beach no matter where you are… even Idaho. A touch of coconut-like sweetness balances the dank citrus finish.

Weekends For Breakfast

London Fog Milkshake IPA

6.8% abv

Brewed with our friend Andy DiMatteo from Left Field Brewery. Our take on the newest IPA craze blends a traditional London Fog recipe with a full-bodied citrus-forward IPA, highlighting the best of both. Brewed with lactose sugar, vanilla, and a generous amount of Mosaic and Amarillo hops, Weekends For Breakfast is sweet, bright, and brings you a sip of breakfast any time.


Berliner Weisse

2.8% abv

Wanderer is a refreshing, sessionable and pleasantly puckering German-style sour ale. With aromas of sour raspberry and flavours of candied fuzzy peaches it is complex while remaining subtle. Try Wanderer straight up, or with one of our house-made syrups. Options include: Blackberry, Lavender Lime, Rhubarb, Dry Hopped Orange & Indian Coriander, or Ginger Lemongrass; each offering their own unique experience.

All Roads

Cantaloupe Saison

6.7% abv

We never had a canteloupe beer before so we made one. This classic Saison is full of beautiful bubblegum, black pepper, and light fruit notes naturally from the yeast. We aged the beer on canteloupe to boost the fruity and floral characteristics we love in a saison. The smell of fresh melon and a floral fruity nose is bound to scream summer patio sipper. 

Camp Out

S'more Stout

4.5% abv

Brewed by Karate Garage Brewers, a charitable side-project for MERIT’s Aaron Spinney and Jeff Broeders. Brewed with graham crackers, bourbon soaked toasted marshmallows, and cocoa, Camp Out brings the best fireside dessert into a glass.

Real Real

American Sour Saison

6.5% abv

Real Real is a collaboration with our friend Jen Nad, brewer at Dieu Du Ciel. Real Real was brewed to approach a hopped kettle sour slightly differently. The addition of spelt adds to the body of the beer and provides a touch of honey-like sweetness.


Double IPA

8% abv

Unrivaled in our pursuit to stand out in the crowd, this vibrant and bright Double IPA has notes of mango, pomello, and orange pith thanks to a double dry hop of Citra and Amarillo.

For guest tap, cider, and wine options, please see menu board in our taproom.

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