Welcome! Bottle shop / open hours are Fridays noon-6pm and Saturdays 10-6. Order anytime, we'll have it ready for whichever day you choose at checkout. Free remote pick-up options for Little Beasts in Whitby (Sat Oct 9), Beerlab! in London (Sat Oct 16) and Rouge River in Markham (Sat Oct 23). Cheers!

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Pick-up only? Our normal model during this time is online transactions only on thirdmoonbrewing.com with standard pick-up on Fridays noon-6pm and Saturdays 10am-6pm (whichever day you choose at checkout). Same day orders are fulfilled immediately on open days. If you need a different pick-up time, please email us at sales@thirdmoonbrewing.com and we'll arrange a weekday afternoon pick-up time that works for you.

Shipping/Delivery? We don't normally do shipping/delivery to ensure you taste the beers fresh out of our fridge for the best possible taste. That said, on Sundays, when you see "Sunday Funday" in the banner at the top of the homepage we've added a shipping option for those of you who can't make it out to our brewery to pick up. Any orders outside 'Sunday Funday' that request shipping will get an email on Monday afternoon with the actual shipping cost to be EMT'd. We also do monthly free remote drops at Beerlab! in London and Little Beasts in Whitby so choose whichever option you prefer at checkout.

Taproom? Our taproom is not open at this time but we're working on it so stay tuned.

We're All Out of these IPAs...but YOU might still have some. How's it drinking now?

Canned Sept 1st - Drinking Very Well

"Waiting For Things To Die" is an IPA brewed with oats and hopped with Eclipse and Laurel. This is our first time using this hop combo and we couldn't be happier with the result. It has a densely creamy body and we taste juicy notes of kiwi and nectarines. 

Last tasted: Sept 19th

The fruit is pretty unique in this one and it's drinking real juicy, junior. Enjoy at your leisure over the next several weeks.

Canned Aug 25th - Drinking Well

"Link Up" is an IPA brewed with oats and hopped with Mosaic, Motueka and Mistral. We taste red candy gummies with a big fluffy body. 

This beer was brewed as part of a collab series with @linkupbeer, a non-profit organization started with the mission to increase diversity and inclusion in craft beer.

Last tasted: Sept 20th

This beer is drinking well after almost a month with lots of playful juiciness showing. Get it in you sooner than later to taste that red gummy candy sweetness.

Canned Aug 18th - Drinking Well

"The Dead Of Summer" is a Double IPA with lactose and hopped with Galaxy, Cashmere Cryo, Citra and Idaho 7. We also 'upped' the hopping rate and cut down on the lactose a bit for an overall slightly less sweet approach.

We get a big, creamy body with tons of fruit. This tastes juicier than any lactose DIPA we've done previously. Expect freshly squeezed OJ and dank melons.

Tested Food Pairing Recommendation: Spanish-style Pil Pil Shrimp, homemade whole wheat pizza with mozzarella and fresh basil.

Last tasted: Sept 15th

This has lots of life left in it and will continue to drink well for several weeks so take your time and wring out that summer feeling.

Canned Aug 11th - Drinking Pretty Well

"Third Cut" is a Triple IPA we brewed with Citra, Galaxy and Vic Secret hops using the exact same recipe from Wood Brothers Brewing Company of their Third Cut Triple IPA.

Last tasted: Sept 20th

This is still drinking pretty close to its original form. No immediate rush but this was so bangin' fresh that we want you to capture that magic when you drink it. Don't wait too long.

Canned July 28th - Drinking Well

"Dust Made Flesh" was made with Galaxy, Citra, Mosaic, El Dorado and Columbus.  This was our first canned beer and it's now back for a second time by popular demand. Bursting with aroma and flavour, we taste predominantly mandarin orange in this juicy citrus melange. 

Tested Food Pairing Recommendations: Seared Steaks & Hoisin-sautéed veggies, Oven-Roasted Chicken with Bulgur & Kale, Seared Chicken Breasts with Shaved Parmesan, Spanish-style Pil Pil Shrimp.

Last tasted: Sept 11th

This is drinking beautifully right now, nice and smooth. It's a robust DIPA so it will continue to drink well for a few more weeks before it starts declining. Enjoy at your leisure.

Canned July 28th - Still Holding Up, Drink Now

"A Path Less Traveled" is an IPA brewed with Cashmere, Talus and HBC586 hops. 

We get notes of sweet citrus, cotton candy and a hint of white pepper on the finish. It has a nice pop of bitterness to compliment the full body.

Last tasted: Sept 3rd

This is starting to lose its magic with that flavour pop calming down. Prioritize drinking any you still have left.

Canned July 21st - Drinking Well

"Continuous Blood" (batch 2) is an IPA made with barley, oats and all Galaxy hops. Tropical fruit leaps from the glass with compliments of stone fruit, citrus and PEZ candy. This latest batch is even smoother and has a meringue-like head.

Tested Food Pairing Recommendations: enchiladas, penne primavera

Last tasted: Sept 2nd

This is still drinking well and will continue to do so for the next few weeks. Drink sooner than later to enjoy this tasting as we intended.

Canned July 14th - Drinking Pretty Well

"Limitless Feelingless" is a Double IPA brewed with a fun blend of hops -- @yakimachief new product called Cryopop along with Galaxy, Simcoe, Citra and Talus.

This is an intensely fruity beer thanks to the Cryopop blend. We get massive tropical fruit, some freshly squeezed orange juice and creamy coconut.

Tested Food Pairing Recommendations: Seared Chicken Breasts with Shaved Parmesan, Hoisin-sautéed veggies.

Last tasted: Sept 4th

This is drinking like straight fruit juice now with no bitterness showing. That's one of the main reasons why this is a great beer to introduce the style to any curious newbies out there. Don't wait too long though, try to finish these up in the next couple weeks.

Canned July 14th - Drinking Well

"Conjuration 6" is the sixth iteration in a series of experimental IPAs to be used as a playground to try out different things, from hops to dry hopping methods to water and everything in between.

This version features the most oats we've used in a beer. Half of the grains are oats which give a silky, smooth and full mouthfeel. Thanks to the heavy hopping of Strata and Nelson Sauvin, we smell and taste heavy amounts of strawberry and gooseberry with some naval orange.

Last tasted: Aug 2nd

This is drinking beautifully now and will continue to do so for several weeks so enjoy as you like.

Canned June 29th - Still Holding Up, Drink Now

"Bad Moon Rising!" is a Double IPA collaboration beer we brewed using all Cascade hops with our friends @badlandsbrewing. We each brewed a version of it using our house grain bill and process and hopped it exclusively with Cascade. We wanted to pay homage to the hop that started North America on the hop craze 40 years ago.

We used American, Australian, Cryo, T45 and of course some Ontario-grown Cascade from @thetavistockhopco in our version. 

We get a silky, velvety-smooth beer with notes of peach pit, orange and soft grapefruit.

Last tasted: Aug 6th

This is drinking well still with nice stone fruit showing. it's very smooth now so enjoy as you like over the next few weeks.

Canned June 23rd - Still Holding Up, Drink Now

"Lifeblood" is a Double IPA collaboration beer brewed with @brandofsacrificemetal. This is part of @voxandhops Brewtal North America and we couldn't be more excited to team up with Brand Of Sacrifice and Matt from Vox & Hops!

Our version is a Double IPA with lactose and is hopped with Citra, Cryo Ekuanot from @yakimachief, Nelson Sauvin and Ontario-grown Chinook. It is full-bodied with dense tropical fruit and intense citrus notes while still drinkable and refreshing.

Tested Food Pairing Recommendations: Peanutty Dan Dan Noodles, chicken dishes.

Last tasted: Sept 3rd

This is still drinking pretty well after more than 2 months. Chicken seems to be the magic food that pairs perfectly and balances the monstrous body and sweetness from the beer. Try to drink these up soon if you still have any in the fridge.

Canned June 23rd - Still Holding Up, Drink Now

"Love Lies Bleeding (Rainbow)" IPA was brewed in collaboration with @pflaghalton for Pride Month. PFLAG Halton is a volunteer run nonprofit supporting the 2SLGBTQ+ community in our region and we're very excited to have been able to work with them on this beer!

This rainbow version is hopped with some returning favourites from previous LLBs -- Chinook and Columbus from @vqhfarms and Rakau and Triple Pearl from @thetavistockhopco as well as Sabro.

Last tasted: Sept 11th

This is still drinking surprisingly well after all this time but the flavour doesn't quite pop as it did fresh. Prioritize drinking any you might have left.

Canned June 16th - Still Holding Up, Drink Now

"Amplitude & Frequency" is a Double IPA collaboration beer we brewed using all Mosaic hops with our friends @beerlabldnon. We each used the same base recipe but with different hop treatments. We used standard T90 pellets and Beerlab used everything except T90s -- only advanced hop products. It was a fun experiment and will make for a great blend!

We taste a huge mosaic monster with dank pineapple and guava leading the way. It finishes clean with a nice, full mouthfeel.

Last tasted: Sept 11th

This is drinking ok now though the back-end bitterness which originally balanced the flavour has become muted. Drink up any you still have while there's still time.

Canned June 9th - Declining

"Love Lies Bleeding (Orange)" IPA is brewed with Columbus hops from @vqhfarms in Eden, Ontario, as well as Sabro. The Columbus adds an extremely rich orange vibe to the beer. We get notes of sweet citrus and orange oil. The finish is full-bodied and clean.

Tested Food Pairing Recommendations: Steak, shrimp, Zucchini and Pea Risotto with fresh lemon and mint.

Last tasted: Sept 11th

This has lost its shine. Tasting more like candied orange now, there's some malt creeping in and it's just not drinking like it used to. Hopefully you don't have any left hiding in the back of the fridge. :)

Where else can you find our beer?

Here are Ontario bars, restaurants and bottle shops that carry our beer (towns in alphabetical order). Give them a call to see what they currently have available:

Barrie - Beertown, The Wheeled Brew

Brantford - Sociable Kitchen & Tavern

Burlington - Beertown, Culaccino's

Cambridge - Beertown Public House, Gator's Tail Pub & Grill, Old Galt Bottle Shop

Guelph - Beertown, The Wooly Pub

Hamilton - The Brain, Brux House, Durand Coffee, Merit Brewing, Sunny Corner Bar

Kingston - Kingston Brewing Company

Kitchener - Arabella Park Beer Bar, Smile Tiger Coffee Roasters

London - Beerlab!, Beertown, Milos' Craft Beer Emporium

Markham - Rouge River Brewing Company

Niagara Falls - Carson's Pizzeria

Newmarket - Hungry Brew Hops, Market Brewing

Oakville - Beertown Public House

Oshawa - Brew Wizards

Ottawa - Bar Lupulus, Bier Markt, The Cheshire Cat, CRAFT Beer Market, Dominion City Brewing Company, Kichesippi Brewing Company

Peterborough - McThirsty's Pint

Sarnia - Maud's Variety

St. Catharines - Trust Beer Bar

Sudbury - Hardrock42 Gastropub

Toronto West End - 4th & 7 Bottle Shop, Arvo Coffee (Liberty Village), Birreria Volo, Collective Arts, The Monk's Kettle, Thirsty & Miserable, Toronto Brewing (211 Geary Ave), Voodoo Child Cafe & Cocktail Bar

Toronto Central - Bar Hop Bar, Bar Hop Brewco, Bar Volo, Bier Markt Esplanade, CRAFT Beer Market

Toronto East End - Allen's (Danforth), Bar Hop Session (Danforth), Boxcar Social (Riverside and Summerhill), The Dylan Bar (Danforth), Limon Restaurant (Beaches)

Waterloo - Beertown, Jane Bond, Sidewalk Beer Shop

Windsor - Pressure Drop

Woodbridge - Bevi Birra