Welcome! Bottle shop open Fridays 3-6pm and Saturdays 10am-6pm. New beers released here every Thursday at noon. This Thursday big stouts are coming! Order anytime, we'll have it ready for Saturday 10am or, if you put "Friday pick-up" in the order notes at checkout, for Friday 3pm. Same day orders are fulfilled immediately. Cheers!

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

Prime Now

We took the recipes from Continuous Blood (all Galaxy) and Bone Tree (all Citra) and put them together for a little mash-up. To make it extra crushable, we finished this one drier than our other IPAs while still keeping big peach and apricot juice notes.

It just sold out so this will be drinking very well for many weeks to come.

Hops: Galaxy, Citra

Tested Food Pairing Recommendations: chorizo hash, cornflake crusted chicken, sushi (butterfish), ginger and ginger-based dishes

Drinking Well

This is the first beer in which we've used Cashmere hops to give it that luxurious mouthfeel.

We taste Grandma's peach preserves and mango the most in this tropical melange.

The juice is calming down a bit now but the beer is still drinking well and tasting balanced.

Last tasted: Oct 18th

Hops: Galaxy, Idaho 7, Citra, Cashmere

Tested Food Pairing Recommendations: BBQ'd steak

Prime Now

To layer as much complexity into the beer as we could, we added both a cold brew concentrate and whole beans to the beer after fermentation using 2.5 times the amount of coffee as the first batch of Each Beast A God.

The end result is a rich, complex stout which we hope you enjoy as much as we do.

Hops: Warrior

Tested Food Pairing Recommendations:  Classic egg breakfasts and rich chocolate desserts including brownies, chocolate muffins and cake, blue cheese

Prime Now

For this batch, we teamed up with our friend Joe from @morningroastinc and, after tasting several blends, ultimately chose their Colombia Sinai. It's a bright and fruity coffee with notes of stone fruit and caramelized sugar. And then we added maple!

It smells and tastes like sipping a cup of coffee while boiling down maple syrup in a sugar shack.

Last tasted: Oct 2nd

Hops: Warrior

Tested Pairing Recommendations:  Baskin Robbins chocolate/peanut butter ice cream, Baskin Robbins chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream

Prime Now

This latest version, "Love Lies Bleeding (Yellow)" is brewed with Sabro hops and also Ontario-grown Centennial hops. We get creamy coconut, pineapple, tangerine and green tea with an assertive yet balanced bitterness.

This sold out only a couple weeks ago so is offering prime drinking now and for at least the next month.

Last tasted: Oct 1st 

Hops: Sabro, Ontario-grown Centennial

Tested Food Pairing Recommendations: shrimp linguine

Prime Now

We taste all of the mango, honeydew and tangerine from the original Den of Thieves but it's been amped up in this version due to the heavy amount of dry hopping. Everything is coated in dank resin and accompanied by a pillowy, luscious mouthfeel.

It's drinking very smooth now. Enjoy any time over the next several weeks.

Last tasted: Oct 18th

Hops: Simcoe, Citra

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

Prime Now

We are 'over the moon' about having a tiny bit of Nelson Sauvin hops, one of our absolute favourites to use in this juice monster. We taste mango, melon and Del Monte fruit cup. 

Getting juicier by the day, this will drink extremely well for many weeks to come.

Last tasted: Oct 3rd

Hops: Nelson Sauvin, Galaxy, Enigma

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

Prime Now

Our 2nd release in this series that showcases Ontario hops. This one has Cascade hops from Prince Edward County and also Lotus hops. We get notes of sweet peach, candied pineapple, tangerine and cantaloupe.

This is drinking beautifully now and will continue to do so for several weeks to come.

Last tasted: Sept 27th

Hops: Lotus, Ontario-grown Cascade

Tested Food Pairing Recommendations: Nashville hot chicken

Drinking Well

We took "Bone Tree", our all-Citra IPA and hit it with some lactose to give it a creamy twist. The resulting beer is "Milk Bone". It has all of the citrus and tropical notes you'd expect from a heavily-hopped Citra IPA with a softer and fuller mouthfeel. Milk, it does a body good.

It's still quite fresh and will be drinking well for several weeks to come.

Last tasted: Sept 20th

Hops: Citra

Tested Food Pairing Recommendations: aged cheddar, pizza, cheesy beef and corn enchiladas

Batch 1 - Declining, Batch 2 - Drinking Well Still

The mandarin orange blast from batch 1 is now gone and it's lost its edge at this point, 10 weeks later. It's to be expected though, IPA freshness is very time sensitive and every day counts. This is why we put "Drink Fresh" on our IPA labels.

Batch 2, however, is prime now and drinking like straight OJ now. We feel it tastes even better now than when we first released it.

Hops: Galaxy, Citra, Mosaic, El Dorado, Columbus

Tested Food Pairing Recommendations: spiced beef dishes

Batch 1 (bottle) - Declining, Batch 2 (can) - Drinking Well Still

Not that we planned to make a summer IPA, the Sabro in this reveals notes of coconut almost reminiscent of a pina colada. This is a sunshine crusher.

The second batch (can) adds Amarillo to the hop blend from batch 1 (bottle) which provides a bit more sweetness.

The first batch (bottle) is still holding up fairly well but hopefully you were able to freshen up with some cans from batch 2 as they're now sold out. The new batch will be drinking well for several weeks to come.

Hops: Sabro, Idaho 7, El Dorado, Amarillo

Recommended Pairing: sunny afternoons

Drinking Well

Concentrated hop glory and it's tasting even better still each day!

All Citra with 8.5 pounds of hops per barrel (a lot!), this is a robust beer that will be drinking well for many weeks to come. No rush if you've got some, save it for very special occasions. Finish with this one if you're drinking other IPAs of ours in the same session.

Hops: 100% Citra

Tested Food Pairing Recommendations: BBQ, strong cheeses

Still Holding Up, Drink Now

One of our absolute favourites.

A well-built, well-rounded Double IPA, this will be drinking well for several weeks to come. The ABV is hidden well so don't underestimate it. A smooth session ender, delicious with food or on its own.

This is still exhibiting nice structure but the juice is gone so the experience now is different than when fresh.

Last tasted: Sept 27th

Hops: Mosaic, Sabro, Simcoe

Tested Food Pairing Recommendations: Sweet Chili & Sour Cream Miss Vickie's chips, Hoisin-Chili Beef and Broccoli

Batch 1 - Still Holding Up, Drink Now, Batch 2 - Available Now

In case you were wondering, the deer has the arrow in its teeth and is very much alive and well. Revenge is on its mind though...

A house favourite, showing more peach and orange now than when we released it weeks ago.

Batch 1 is no longer as vibrant as it was fresh so drink up if you've still got any.

Last tasted: Oct 2nd

Hops: 100% Galaxy

Tested Food Pairing Recommendations: enchiladas, penne primavera, Mexican shrimp bowl

Still Holding Up, Drink Now

A creamy body and mouthfeel, this is loaded with interesting flavour.

A very satisfying beer after a long day of work. If you're only planning to have 1 or 2 beers, this is a great choice to delight your palate.

It's losing it's shine now so drink up if you still have any...time is running out on this one.

Last tasted: Oct 3rd

Hops: Sabro, Ontario-grown Rakau

Tested Food Pairing Recommendations: cheese & charcuterie, BBQ


On the more bitter end of our IPA spectrum, this is one of our most food friendly beers. The list of suggested pairings is long but salmon was the most magical combination we tested. 

This is hanging on now so don't wait any longer if you still have any.

Last tasted: Sept 7

Hops: El Dorado, Citra, Amarillo

Tested Food Pairing Reommendations:  salmon cooked the way you like it, BBQ, oven roasted chicken dishes, root vegetables.


This is not a West Coast style IPA but is a bit drier and less hazy than our other IPAs, perhaps in part because of the exclusive use of Mosaic hops.

Very food friendly, this is a great choice to accompany a meal. We don't have any left to see how it's doing now but would guess it's declining by now.

Hops: 100% Mosaic

Tested Food Pairing Recommendations:  salmon teriyaki, loaded mashed potatoes, smash burgers with cheese, duck, grilled green cabbage, sweet potato.

Still Holding Up, Drink Now

One of our early favourites with balance between bitterness and juiciness. 

Great on its own but also a nice companion for lighter meals. 

This is drinking surprisingly well still but is definitely not as vibrant as it was fresh. Don't wait any longer for this one if you still have any.

Last tasted: Oct 1st

Hops: 50/50 Citra and Simcoe

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


A well-rounded IPA that's quite approachable for anyone who is open to trying the style through to those who already know and love it. 

With IPAs, the fresher the better. Every day counts. Our version of All Together is still drinking surprisingly well, smoother actually, though not as vibrant as fresh so we recommend you drink 'em immediately if you've still got 'em.

Last tasted: Aug 6th

Hops: Cascade, Columbus, Simcoe, Mosaic, Citra

Tested Food Pairing Recommendations: steak, BBQ


Due to the higher ABV of this IPA (it's a Double), it is able to continue tasting as it's meant to for longer.

It's still tasting surprisingly close to original but with a little less punch now. That said, it's well past its prime now so you should enjoy immediately if you have any left. Time is running out on this one.

Last tasted: Aug 6th

Hops: Mosaic, Citra, Idaho 7

Tested Food Pairing Recommendations:  A seasoned burger, BBQ chicken, beef and lentil dishes, pub fare.

Batch 1 - Drinking Well

Stouts are not as time sensitive as IPAs. This will be tasty for up to a year, potentially longer depending on how it's stored. That said, the coffee will start to fade after a few months so up to you how soon you want to drink your supply.

Keeping in the fridge will slow the aging process. Just remember to take out at least 30 mins before enjoying as letting it warm to almost room temperature will reveal much more aroma and flavour.

Hops: 100% Warrior

Tested Food Pairing Recommendations: classic egg breakfasts and rich chocolate desserts including brownies, chocolate muffins and cake.

Batch 1 (bottle) - Past Its Prime, Batch 2 (bottle) - Still Holding Up - Drink Now, Batch 3 (can) - Prime Now

An instant favourite, batch 1 was our 2nd beer brewed at Third Moon. It delivered loads of Citra goodness but after 3 months is now losing its shine, drink up.

Batch 2 was even better right out of the gate (we improve our techniques with each batch) and it's currently drinking well. Batch 3 is now available in cans for the first time and is prime. Time to freshen up your supply while you still 'can'.

Last tasted: Sept 7th

Hops: 100% Citra

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

This ship has sailed.

Our very first beer brewed at Third Moon brewery was a tasty learning experience but alas nothing lasts forever. With IPAs, every day counts and this one is now past its prime at 3 months of age.

Hopefully you've already drank any you had but if not, get on it. Time is running out. It's evolving and now changing quite a bit from the original taste.

Hops: Columbus, Sabro, Mosaic

Tested Food Pairing Recommendations: pizza, beef, pub fare