Trestle Golden Ale
5% - 22 IBU
Our Flagship Beer. It is a crisp and clean lagered ale modelled after our favourite European Pilsners. We brew it using only high-quality German Pilsner and Vienna malts along with a blend of European and North American hops. It is a perfect dockside drinker.
The label design was pretty obvious from the start. It is a representation of the view from our patio and taproom with some of our favourite Georgian Bay imagery framed under that big Trestle bridge. Available at select establishments in the Parry Sound area. It is currently the only beer we have available through the LCBO and grocery stores. If you would like your local store to carry it please request LCBO SKU #540245. For the full list of where it is currently available click here.
We have several other beers available exclusively on tap in the Trestle Taproom, in cans in our retail store and available at select licensees.
30, 000 Islands
IPA - 6.3%
Now available at the LCBO! 30,000 Islands IPA is a new school interpretation of the IPA style. It's neither an East Coast or West Coast style IPA as it takes inspiration from both. We think of it as an East Coast of Georgian Bay kinda beer...
It's soft, resiny with a big tropical fruit profile featuring notes of grapefruit, passion fruit and a touch of lingering dank resinyness.
Rye Porter - 5.5%
A Canadian take on the American brewpub classic, Red Rock features generous amounts of rye malt, flaked rye, crystal rye and chocolate rye. Slightly roasty, with notes of chocolate, coffee and and earthy spicy character from the rye.
Hole in the Wall - ***Currently Sold Out***
Helles Lager - 5%
A clean, crisp, bready lager brewed to the traditional Bavarian Purity act of 1516 - the Reinheitsgebot! It is brewed with only high quality imported German Pilsner and Munich malts with German hops providing a subtle balanced bitterness. Pure Georgian Bay water provides the foundation. It is matured for a minimum of 6 weeks allowing the time it needs to develop its' simple complexity which will surely appeal to a wide range of beer lovers.
The Beatty Covenant
Belgian Strong Ale with Cherries
8.7% - 21 IBU
This beer is 8.7% and a beautiful cherry chestnut colour, with full carbonation topped by a smooth tan head. Flavours and aromas of caramelized malt, brown sugar, dark fruit and cherries give way to a dry, wine-like finish.
What's "The Beatty Covenant"? Well, The Beatty Covenant stated that any purchaser of land from Beatty within the townsite must not sell, barter, or exchange liquor on the premises. The force behind the document was that Beatty or his descendants could repossess the land of violators. The covenant remained in effect in Parry Sound until 1950.
Returning Next Year
Salt Dock Jump
Summer Saison - 4.3%
A refreshing and drinkable Summer Saison. Malted wheat, Pilsner malt combine to create a beer which has a doughy malt profile allowing the traditional Belgian Saison yeast to shine through. Fruity, peppery with a balanced bitterness. Named after the Parry Sound rite of passage.
Session IPA - 5%
An easy drinking IPA. Slightly grassy, with notes of grapefruit and orange zest balanced by a subtle caramel malt backbone that is also reflected in its colour.
Rust Never Sleeps
Marzen - 5.4%
Brewed as a celebration of Autumn. Our version of this traditional Bavarian lager focuses on hearty malt flavours of caramel with a balanced bitterness.
Winter Saison - 6.1%
As the change of seasons is now well underway we brewed this beer with a nod to all things Canadian. It starts with a base of Canadian grown pilsner malt, pale malt, wheat malt and flaked rye for a creamy mouthfeel.
We then selected Ontario grown Cascade hops from Highland HopYard in Meaford that were freshly pelletized to provide a bitter and floral citrus character that blends seamlessly with the farmhouse yeast. 6.1% and finishes at an angry 34 IBUs!
Imperial Stout - 9%
Brag Load is our Imperial Stout, with 9 different malts aged on real vanilla and coffee beans! It is a deep, rich and slow sipper that is meant to be enjoyed over time letting the flavours evolve as it warms up!
The name Brag Load comes from the logging days where loggers would have competitions to see who could build the highest load of logs. We think that it's a very appropriate name for an Imperial Stout!