Cameron's Brewing Company

Cameron's Brewing Company

Cameron's Brewing Company is an award winning family run craft brewery based in Oakville, Ontario. With over 100 brewing excellence awards in our 17-year history, Cameron's Brewing Company is a true craft brewery. We have been passionately brewing our all natural ales and lagers since 1997 in Oakville, Ontario, Canada. Original founder, Cameron Howe, began his journey with the idea of introducing quality craft beer into the Ontario marketplace. What started as a mere hobby quickly turned into a flourishing small business. Today, Cameron's Brewing Company remains true to its roots, with a dedicated team of beer experts committed to brewing quality, award-winning, locally crafted beer.

Cameron's is committed to brewing beer of exceptional taste and quality. Its brewing experts relentlessly pursue the development of new styles and the perfection of its classic ales and lagers using the world's finest all-natural ingredients. Cameron's award winning products have been recognized over 100 times at local, national and worldwide brewing awards. In September 2012, Dow Scoggins, President of Beer Info compiled all the votes between the US Open Championship, the Great American Beer Festival as well as the World Beer Cup awards and Cameron's Lager was voted #1 German Pilsner. This is in addition to the five Ontario Brewing Awards, three Canadian Brewing Award, three Australian Brewing Awards and one World Cup of Beer Award that the Brewer has already been awarded this year.

By adhering to traditional brewing practices using the finest ingredients available, along with our unmatched expertise, we are true beer artisans. As a brewery, we are both environmentally and socially conscious in our day-to- day practices.


1165 Invicta Drive
Oakville ON L6H 4M1
Phone: (905) 849-8282
Fax: (905) 849-5578
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Beers Available

Cameron's Auburn Ale
Cameron's Auburn Ale 5% ABV is our most-awarded beer. Deliciously complex, this West Coast style ale uses an abundance of citrus, aromatic American hops. Named after its unique rich colour, this beer offers a full body that evokes a multitude of different flavors. Watch for the generous hop aroma and smooth maltiness, followed by a deep smooth finish. A perfect complement for red meat, fish or a spicy food.
LCBO #286583 (6 x 341 mL bottle)
Cameron's Brewmaster's Selection (2 and 3)
Cameron's Brewmaster's Selection features our classic Auburn Ale and Cream Ale, two of our most-distinguished Year-Round beers with over thirty awards between them. They're complemented first by the bourbon-barrel-aged Deviator Doppelbock from our Oak-Aged Series. Gold medal winner of the 2012 Canadian Brewing Awards, it has been aged for six months in Kentucky bourbon barrels which lends smooth, toasted vanilla notes layered upon the Deviator's complex malty body. Also featured in the Brewmaster's Selection is our fan-favourite Rye Pale Ale (RPA), one of Blog.TO's top five beers of 2012. Our RPA is made with a combination of seven different floral British and pungent American hops, supported by a large bill of five character malts. Together these four beers have won Cameron's Brewing over 70 international and domestic awards.
LCBO #371229 (341 mL bottle)
Cameron's Cream Ale
Cameron's Cream Ale 5% ABV is the beer that started our company. Hailed by Toronto Life in 1998 as "best new beer of the year", this elegant golden ale is crisp, refreshing and balanced with a fruity backbone. Described in a recent blog as "a somewhat different take on the cream ale, possessing a strong malty taste and a clear British hop presence, but with a clean taste that is reminiscent of lager... a beer that is subtle and quite unique." Brewed with two-row malted barley and specialty hops from the UK, Cameron's Cream Ale is a dimensional beer that is refreshing in the summer and comforting in the colder seasons.
LCBO #286575 (6 x 341 mL bottle)
Cameron's Dark 266
Cameron's Dark 266 4.5% ABV is a rare breed of beer that was originally brewed as a one-off draught for one of our specialty beer bars. The demand for an encore was so persistent that that we had to bottle it and share it with everyone. Specialty imported hops and dark malts result in a chestnut coloured lager with a wonderful lacy head. Taste the deliciousness of a North American Lager with the complexity of a German Schwarzbier.
LCBO #679837 (6 x 341 mL bottle)
Cameron's Deviator Doppelbock - Bourbon-Barrel Aged
Cameron's Deviator Doppelbock (Bourbon Barrel Aged) is a unique brew that is based on our previous award-winning Doppelbock releases. It is 8.6% ABV and best served 8-10 C in a tapered glass such as a snifter. Doppelbocks are Teutonic-inspired dark lagers that feature imported German malt and were served by the Bavarian monks during times of fasting as "liquid bread." This version of Cameron's Deviator Doppelbock has been aged for six months in Kentucky bourbon barrels. This process lends to a smooth, toasted vanilla notes, and layered upon the complex malty body.
LCBO #363887 (650 mL bottle)
Cameron's Lager
Cameron's Lager 5% ABV is pale golden in colour, this European lager is brewed with "noble hops", the term noble hop refers to traditional varieties that have low bitterness and high aroma that have been grown for hundreds of years. Only the finest two-row malted barley is used. Never rushed, this lager is fermented cold and long, to create a crisp, fresh and great for easy-drinking occasions.
LCBO #286609 (341 mL bottle)
LCBO #243741 (473 mL can)
Cameron's Obsidian Imperial Porter - Rum-Barrel Aged
Cameron's Obsidian Imperial Porter Rum Barrel Aged is next in the Barrel Aged Series. Obsidian Imperial Porter is 9.2% Alcohol by Volume and is offered in a 650ml bottle. Dark & intriguing as the midnight sky, Cameron's OBSIDIAN Imperial Porter is loaded with magnificent and robust flavour. Aged for seven months in Caribbean rum barrels, roasted malt and chocolate character abound in this velvety nectarous ale
LCBO #344036 (650 mL bottle)
Cameron's Resurrection Roggenbier
Resurrection Roggenbier is brewed with a combination of German rye, malted wheat and two-row barley and is fermented with a German Hefeweizen yeast strain to create a beer that has hints of banana, clove, and light black pepper.
LCBO #363846 (650 mL bottle)
Cameron's Rye Pale Ale
Rye Pale Ale 6.6% ABV is one of our most popular year-round beers. It is made of a combination of seven different floral British and pungent American hops, some which are added in a dry hopping process. This involves adding hops directly to the fermented beer in the fermenter. The hops are well supported by a large malt bill of five character malts with a massive portion of rye which contributes to mouth feel and Cameron's Rye Pale Ale's own special character. Chris Schryer from Toronto Beer Blog had this to say about RPA in his May 2012 review; "Oh my! This tastes so good... Big hops that are clearly white grapefruit and lemon. Like, disturbingly so. Super bitter, but with a nice big dose of sweet malts to keep things in balance... So damn good... This beer is perfect. Perfection isn't exclusive, but it's a rare thing. And Cameron's Rye Pale Ale gets there."
Cameron's White Oat Savant - Brown Ale
With the use of crystal, chocolate and white oat malts, this classic Brown Ale creates a ballad of cherry, chocolate and caramel to please your taste-buds as the oat's silken embrace envelopes your mouth with velvety affection.
LCBO #419796 (650 mL bottle)

Tour Hours

Please call ahead for tours.
Cameron's Signature Tour - $10
Receive a tour of the Brewery and tastings of our award-winning beers. The tour also includes a Cameron's souvenir bottle opener.

Tour and Brewmaster Series Mixer Pack - $20
Take a tour of our brewery and enjoy samples of our award-winning beers PLUS get a mixer pack with four of our beers to take home and enjoy.

Tour and T-Shirt $25
Enjoy a tour of our brewery and tastings of our beers, and at the end, take home a souvenir t-shirt.
Tours are given on Saturdays at 1:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. We ask that tours be booked in advance. Groups of 2-150 are welcome. We can schedule tours on Sundays for groups of 10 or more with advance notice. Email Us for more information.