Sunday Funday! Today only, we've added an Ontario-wide shipping option (no PO boxes). 19+ ID required upon delivery. We also have 'pick-up' options so choose whichever "delivery" option you prefer at checkout. After today we go back to 'pick-up' only. 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 June 23rd - Prime 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: July 9th

This is drinking prime right now with the coconut vibes phat and up front. It will continue to drink well for several weeks so enjoy whenever you feel like it.

Canned June 16th - Drinking Well

"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: July 20th

This is drinking well with pineapple notes showing most. Our DIPAs are built to last so this will continue to drink well for several more weeks.

Canned June 9th - Drinking Well

"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: July 9th

This is drinking really well right now with lots of juicy orange and some pith on the finish. Enjoy whenever you like over the next few weeks.

Canned June 2nd - Drinking Well

"Bone Twig" is our first pale ale version of Bone Tree, our flagship IPA. Using all Citra hops, this has all of the flavour you seek in a Pale Ale but with a lower ABV perfect for summer crushing.

Last tasted: June 26th

How do you make a beer stand the test of time? Well, you put more hops in it! Despite this being a pale ale, it drinks like an IPA (which is how we like it) and is still drinking well.

Tough to tell how much longer you've got with this one but for now you should enjoy as you like.

Canned May 12th - Drinking Well

We couldn't celebrate our first anniversary without a version of Bone Tree. To make it extra special, we double dry hopped our flagship IPA with the most hops we've used in an IPA yet. A literal mountain of Citra went into this beer and it tastes better than it ever has. We also gave it a special gold label for this one-off release.

Tested Food Pairing Recommendations: aged cheddar (stronger the better), blue cheese, spiced beef and flatbread, shrimp Korma  

Last tasted: June 26th

As Bone Tree does, this beer defies logic with how long it drinks well. We've had multiple customers reach out to tell us how well this is still drinking and we agree. Enjoy as you like, no immediate rush.

Canned May 12th - This ship has sailed

"New Found Territory" is a Double IPA with guava and hopped with Mosaic, HBC 586 and Lotus. It's a big delicious fruit cocktail in a glass!

It's a fruited DIPA with our pals @collectivebrew. We were so stoked to team up with the folks at Collective Arts because we love their beers and they've done so much to grow the craft community in Ontario. 

Last tasted: May July 2nd

After almost 2 months this has run its course. Hopefully you kept it in the fridge and can get some enjoyment out of it still if you have any left.

Canned May 5th - Still Holding Up, Drink Now

"Bell Tree" is a Triple IPA brewed in collaboration with @bellwoodsbeer.

We teamed up with the legends at Bellwoods to make a fun riff on each other's Triple IPA and used some hops we're both loving. Bell Tree is brewed with a hefty dose of oats and hopped with an excessive amount of Citra, Loral and Lotus.

Last tasted: July 2nd

This is still drinking pretty well and offers some juice but is getting sweeter by the day so don't wait any longer if you have any left in the fridge.

Canned May 5th - Still Drinking Pretty Well

"Cut Me Down" IPA is the return of our very first beer released, a golden quencher brewed with Columbus and then dry hopped with Sabro and Mosaic!  Citrus flavours abound--the perfect pizza pairing!

Tested Food Pairing Recommendations:  pizza, beef, pub fare.

Last tasted: June 26th

This is still drinking pretty well despite the age but time is running out so prioritize any you still have left.

Canned April 29th - Still Drinking Pretty Well

"A Touch Of Space" is a Double IPA brewed with a large amount of malted oats and generously hopped with Citra, Nelson Sauvin and Mosaic.

It's soft and smooth as silk. We get tangerine, orange creamsicle and stone fruit with a touch of grapefruit bitterness on the finish to balance everything together. And you won't taste the ABV at all.

Last tasted: June 26th

This is mellowing out from a bitterness perspective which has just allowed more space for the juice to come through thankfully. It's drinking like straight OJ now; pretty good for 2 months old! Prioritize this one if you still have any but not a code red situation.

Canned April 14th - Still Holding Up, Drink Now

"Love Lies Bleeding (Red)" IPA is the latest iteration in the series showcasing Ontario-grown hops. In addition to Sabro hops, this batch is brewed with Chinook hops from @vqhfarms in Eden, Ontario. We taste guava, pineapple and naval orange with a piney backbone.

Last tasted: June 23rd

This is starting to mellow out but is still enjoyable. Don't wait any longer, prioritize drinking this up if you have any left.

Canned April 14th - Still Holding Up, Drink Now

"Conjuration 5" is the first pale ale we've ever made. We've hopped it with Nelson Sauvin, Lotus, Cashmere and Mosaic. This is the grapefruit right here; like a big ol' glass of Red Ruby grapefruit juice.

Tested Food Pairing Recommendations: chicken pot stickers, dumplings 

Last tasted: June 23rd

This is starting to lose its shine so don't wait any longer, drink up!

Canned April 7th - Still Holding Up, Drink Now

"Ripple" is a double IPA we brewed with Citra, Ella and Nelson Sauvin hops using the exact same recipe from Wood Brothers Brewing Company of their Ripple Double IPA.

It's juicy and has that signature Wood Brothers creamy mouthfeel from a complex grain bill.

Tested Food Pairing Recommendations: BLT, beef BBQ’d ribs

Last tasted: June 23rd

This is getting sweeter by the day so drink up any you might still have in your fridge.

Canned April 7th - Still Holding Up, Drink Now

"Triple Milk Bone" is a twist on our Bone Tree line of Citra-hopped IPAs.

This version is hopped exclusively with Citra hops and brewed with lactose for a creamier body and mouthfeel. We hit this milky behemoth with substantial amounts of Citra, Citra incognito and Citra Cryo for a full saturated hop bomb effect. 

We get huge waves of citrus, tropical fruit and honeydew melon covered in icing sugar. Full bodied and silky smooth, this offers very easy drinking despite the high ABV.

Tested Food Pairing Recommendation: Crispy Shrimp Tacos with kimchi mayo & watermelon radish salad

Last tasted: June 23rd

This is still drinking surprisingly well though sweeter now than when fresh. Enjoy sooner than later, the window is closing.


Canned March 31st - Still Holding Up, Drink Now

"All Things Die" is a Double IPA made with barley, wheat, oats and generously hopped with Nelson Sauvin, Galaxy and Enigma. The result is an extremely juicy and smooth Double IPA which has become a favourite for us. We taste mango, melon and Del Monte fruit cup. 

Tested Food Pairing Recommendations: Merlot BellaVitano Cheese (brings the mango out from the hops in the beer), crispy bacon, shrimp linguine, pizza.

Last tasted: June 26th

This is still enjoyable to drink even with some fruit still showing but the character of the Nelson Sauvin has subsided so it's not drinking anything like it was fresh. Last call for this one if you've still got any.

Canned March 31st - Still Holding Up, Drink Now

"Den Of Thieves" is an IPA featuring an equal amount of Citra and Simcoe hops. Juicy with a soft mouthfeel and balanced bitterness, we taste mango, honeydew melon and tangerine. 

Tested Food Pairing Recommendations: poutine, portobello mushroom dishes, sesame cod on fresh noodles in a white wine cream sauce, poppyseed kale salad.

Last tasted: June 23rd

This is starting to evolve with malt creeping in and the melons are quiet now so it's not drinking like it was fresh. That said, we still find it enjoyable to drink but don't wait any longer if you still have any left.

Canned March 18th - Still Holding Up, Drink Now

"Conjuration 4" is the fourth 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.

We brewed up a 10% Imperial Black IPA with a bunch of rye and hopped it with Mosaic, Citra and Columbus. Expect a big, fruity chocolate ride with a bit of malt complexity on the finish.

Last tasted: April 28th

Black IPAs age more gracefully than regular IPAs so this is still drinking nicely though the hops are fading which just means less bitterness and a less succinct finish.

Where else can you find our beer?

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

- 4th & 7 Bottle Shop in Toronto, west end

- Allen's on The Danforth, Toronto

- Arabella Park Beer Bar in Kitchener

- Arvo Coffee in Liberty Village, Toronto

- Bar Hop Bar in downtown Toronto

- Bar Hop Brewco in downtown Toronto

- Bar Hop Session on The Danforth, Toronto

- Bar Lupulus in Ottawa

- Bar Volo in downtown Toronto

- Beerlab! in London

- Beertown (Barrie, Burlington, London, Oakville)

- Bevi Birra in Woodbridge

- Bier Markt (Don Mills, Esplanade, Ottawa)

- Birreria Volo in Toronto

- Boxcar Social in Toronto (Riverside, Summerhill)

- Brew Wizards in Oshawa

- Brux House in Hamilton

- Cheshire Cat Pub in Ottawa

- Collective Arts (Toronto location)

- CRAFT Beer Market (Toronto, Ottawa)

- Culaccino's in Burlington

- Dominion City Brewing Company in Ottawa

- Durand Coffee in Hamilton

- Dylan Bar on The Danforth, Toronto

- Gator's Tail Pub & Grill in Cambridge

- Hardrock42 Gastropub in Sudbury

- Hungry Brew Hops in Newmarket

- Jane Bond in Waterloo

- Limon Restaurant in The Beaches, Toronto

- Kichesippi Brewing Company in Nepean

- Market Brewing in Newmarket

- Maud's Variety in Sarnia

- Merit Brewing in Hamilton

- Milos' Craft Beer Emporium in London

- Old Galt Bottle Shop in Cambridge

- Pressure Drop in Windsor

- Rouge River Brewery in Markham

- Sidewalk Beer Shop in Waterloo

- Sunny Corner Bar in Hamilton

- Thirsty and Miserable in Kensington Market, Toronto

- Toronto Brewing (Geary Ave) in Toronto

- Trust Beer Bar in St. Catharines

- Voodoo Child Cafe & Cocktail Bar in Toronto

- The Wheeled Brew Bottle Shop in Barrie

- The Wooly Pub in Guelph