Your rural route to great taste!
A family owned and operated diversified farm, surround by lush Carolinian forest.
Tucked away within Norfolk County -- Our "Middle of Nowhere".
that leaves you enamoured with the area, people, and of course our beer!
Hello and Welcome to
Charlotteville Brewing Company
what we do
To understand craft beer is to recognize the importance of the evolving tastes of craft beer drinkers. Who, over the years, have demanded more variety and better beer. This reality pushes us everyday in the brew house at the CBC. Where we strive to create products that engage our customers and take them on a tasty somatosensory journey.
We produce a dozen different styles of beer every year: pales ales, porters, pilsners, IPAs, sours and stouts – the list goes on! Every beer we make plays on a traditional style, but each one has its own unique characteristics to make it something that’s truly ours.
At the CBC, beer is a labour of love. We hope you can see, smell, and taste our commitment to quality in every beer we produce. We believe in the value of hard work and we strive to provide delicious, accessible beer for everyone. We have a lot of fun doing what we do at the CBC and we truly hope you experience as much enjoyment when consuming our beer!
Tap House Hours
Thurs: 4-8 | Fri: 1-8 | Sat: 12-8 | Sun: 1-6
Live Music Is Back!
When: October 1st from 2-5 pm
First come first served – no reservations
When: September 29th
Paint Night for Power Camp from 6-8pm
in conjunction w/Haldamin-Norfolk G.I.R.L.S. Power Camp
When: October 1st
2nd Annual Oktoberfest Party from 12-8pm
Contact the brewery for more information regarding these events
You look thirsty
What's On Tap
Local 519 – Pale Ale
All Wound Up! – Hazy IPA
Cherry Bomb – Gose
Deconstructed Treat – Chocolate Cherry Porter (N)
Wedgie Delight – Brown Ale
Where’s My Knickers?! – English Mild Ale
Life’s A Peach – Gose
Release Dates TBA
What would you like to know?
We are NOT in the LCBO or the Beer Store. You can only purchase our beer from us, either through our online store or at the brewery itself. Currently, beer orders are pick-up only, but we are working on the ability to ship our beer across the province.
Refer to the front page of our website for our draught beer list. Menus are updated regularly as stock changes. You can always check out our availability calendar as well, if there’s something specific you’re looking forward to trying.
At this time, reservations will no longer be required. Availability will be on a first come first served basis. Each table will still be allotted 90 minutes per visit to ensure everyone has an opportunity to use the space.
We do not offer tours. We have a very small brewery and we encourage people to look around as they move around property. The owners are often onsite and more than happy to answer any specific questions about the beers or the brewery itself.
We can’t definitively predict when a beer will sell out. All of our rotating beers are around for a few weeks, depending on batch size. Specialty and/or new release beers rarely sell out day of, but the stock can be diminished quickly over the course of a weekend. If you are making a long trip for a specific beer, we recommend calling day of to verify remaining quantity.
Beers are first come first served. We do not reserve beer(s) for customers.
If you have one of our 1L howlers, we will exchange your bottle for a new one filled with your choice of fresh beer from our draft list. We are not filling other brewery’s bottles at this time.
Each beer styles varies. We recommend that you drink your growler within three to four days when kept unopened and refrigerated. Once it is opened you should drink it within one to two days at most. When a growler is opened air replaces the beer inside the growler and the remaining beer oxidizes quickly. Our draft beers are best served fresh, so enjoying them as soon as possible is always your best bet. Please remember to rinse your bottle when it’s empty and throw the lid in the recycling bin.
Yes! We have a variety of kid friendly menu items and non-alcoholic drinks available.
We allow friendly, well-behaved dogs to visit us at the brewery. Owners and their pets will automatically be seated at the picnic tables on the grass.
Dogs must be kept on a leash at all times. It’s the owner’s responsibility to clean up after them.
Kegs are sold on a limited basis to retail customers and may not always be available. Please send an email to email@example.com to inquire if anything is available.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any inquiries regarding tours or large group visits.
We love to have live, local music throughout the month. Contact us at email@example.com with your bands information and a link to where we can listen to your music. All music fees are agreed upon before a show.
Small groups are more than welcome to celebrate at the brewery during our regular hours of operation. However, we do not close to accommodate private parties/events.
No, we do not host weddings or wedding receptions at the brewery.