Lake Of Bays Brewing Company

Lake Of Bays Brewing Company

Located in beautiful Baysville Ontario near Algonquin Park, Lake of Bays Brewing Company is one of Ontario's fastest-growing craft breweries.

We make a beer to suit nearly every beer-lover's palate. Our four year-round beers are Spark House Red Ale, Crosswind Pale Ale, Rock Cut Baysville Lager, and 10 Point IPA.
We also have four seasonal beers: Spring Maple Belgian Blonde Ale, River Walker Ginger Lemon Ale, (a new fall seasonal TBA), and Old North Mocha Porter.

We are the official brewery of the NHL Alumni Association, whose flagship brew is Top Shelf Classic Lager and for whom we produce approximately four limited-edition Signature Series tribute beers per year.

We are also the official brewery of the CFL Alumni Association -- with Pigskin Pilsner available during football season.

Our beer is widely available at LCBOs, Beer Stores and licensees across nearly all of Ontario and in limited quantities in other Canadian provinces as well as the northeastern United States. Find out where you can get our beer at www.beerfinder.ca.

Come visit us at the brewery -- it's worth the drive to beautiful Baysville. We love visitors. Check lakeofbaysbrewing.ca for our retail hours. Check out the latest news at lbnews.ca, and come find us on Facebook, Twitter etc. Cheers!

Contact

2681 Muskoka Road 117
Baysville ON P0B 1A0
Phone: 705-767-2313
Phone Alt: 855-311-BEER (2337)
Fax: 705-767-1050

Beers Available

10 Point English IPA
10 Point English IPA
In celebration of the classic British ales, Lake of Bays Brewing brings you 10 Point IPA. A full-bodied yet balanced IPA (whose IBUs come in at a comfortably-sessionable 50), 10 Point owes its exceptional flavour to an extra week spent in the tank with premium dry hops. Previously our autumn seasonal release, 10Point has this year become available all year around in 473mL tall cans. As with all our beers, 10 Point is handcrafted in small batches in Baysville, ON. 6% alc./vol., 50 IBUs.
LCBO #442454 (473 mL can)
Crosswind Pale Ale
Crosswind Pale Ale
Pours with a brilliant golden colour and a nice white foam in which the bubbles are generous. The aromatics are primarily citrus and range between lemon and grapefruit. There are also hints of caramel, toasted grains and a touch of fresh apple. Flavours include toasted bread and a slight note of toffee and stewed apple. The mouth feel is quite dry and the finish is quick with some mild, lingering bitterness. Primary characteristics: crisp, thirst-quenching, smooth with good body, pear, apple & grapefruit aromatics.
LCBO #338400 (473 mL can)
LCBO #281444 (5000 mL can)
Old North Mocha Porter
Old North Mocha Porter
Pours almost black with beautiful mocha-coloured, creamy foam. Upon further inspection, the colours are actually deep ruby, garnet and dark brown. The aromas include cappuccino, mocha, chocolate, and vanilla, with a hint of molasses and pie crust. The flavours include subtle sweetness with dark chocolate, mild coffee and tiramisu. The mouth feel is dry (fairly mild) with some initial sweetness. The finish is medium-to-moderate bitterness that lingers, delivering a nice coffee profile that arrives quite late. 8% alc./vol., 19 IBUs Primary characteristics: robust and complex, with notes of coffee, chocolate, vanilla, molasses; beautiful finish.
LCBO #222125 (750 mL bottle)
River Walker Ginger Lemon Ale
River Walker Ginger Lemon Ale
This uniquely refreshing ale arrives with a brilliant golden hue. The foam is white, creamy and very dense. Aromatics are soft and fresh, with freshly-grated ginger and a hint of lemon drops that becomes more apparent when the beer warms slightly. The body echoes the aromas, with spice and citrus on the forefront and just a wisp of crusty bread. Mouth feel is balanced, with a crisp finish in which in which the citrus and spice characteristics remain. 6% alc./vol., IBUs 65. This is our hoppiest brew.
LCBO #4002110 (750 mL bottle)
Rock Cut Baysville Lager
Rock Cut Baysville Lager
True to its style, this lager pours with a rich golden colour and delicate white foam. The bouquet includes gentle notes of fresh-cut grass with a touch of breadiness and the most subtle hint of caramel. There's a slight sweetness at the start but it quickly changes to crusty bread flavours. The finish is clean and crisp with a nice dryness. Overall, very refreshing, smooth and well balanced. 4.2% alc./vol., 15 IBUs.
LCBO #338392 (473 mL can)
Spark House Red Ale
Spark House Red Ale
For those who like a more robust beer, we proudly present Spark House Red Ale. Available year-round, this full-flavoured brew is handcrafted in Baysville, Ontario, using three varieties of premium hops alongside a special blend of European malts. It took 13 pilot brews to nail the right colour and flavour profile for this beer. The result? A deeply satisfying natural red ale worth looking out for. 5% alc./vol., 25 IBUs.
LCBO #380329 (473 mL can)
Spring Maple Belgian Blonde Ale
Spring Maple Belgian Blonde Ale
This unique beer delivers a beautiful amber colour with a slight off-white foam collar. The nose is maple with a good amount of hazelnut (noisette) accented by vanilla and caramel. After a few moments, there are aromas of cherries and just a touch of spice. The body of the beer is slightly sweet, reminiscent of caramelized apples with a nutmeg finish. There is also a slight floral taste that arrives a little late. The finish is smooth with gentle bitterness that is surprisingly refreshing.
LCBO #333476 (750 mL bottle)
Stamp Hammer Wood Aged Amber Lager
Stamp Hammer Wood Aged Amber Lager
Pours a dark amber, burnt orange, partially filtered. Generous light tan foam. Earthy, spicy aromatics, with a hint of toffee. This is a malt-forward beer, offering a distinctive earthiness thanks to Fuggles hops. Imparts a slightly spicy yet smooth flavour, with a hint of vanilla and banana coming from the wood aging. The mouth feel is medium-bodied. The finish tapers off gently and is exceptionally smooth. 6.5% alc./vol. | 20 IBUs
Top Shelf Classic Lager
Top Shelf Classic Lager
This North American Lager pours with a nice light, straw colour and vibrant white foam. The aromas are led by fresh cut grass and green tea accented by a touch of citrus and honey. The flavours are light and slightly sweet which leads to a smooth, easy to drink and refreshing finish. 4.5% alc./vol., IBUs 15.
LCBO #365767 (473 mL can)
Wild North Series
Wild North Series
A series of one-off brews developed especially for craft beer pubs and eateries looking for a steady supply of new and interesting beers.

Tour Hours

Please call ahead for tours.
Free!
Tour schedule changes with the season. Check our website --www.lakeofbaysbrewing.ca -- or call ahead --705-767-2313-- to book.

Lake Of Bays Brewing Company

Day Trip #1

We are located in the bustling rural metropolis of Baysville, ON (population 300) on the south shore of Lake of Bays. A short drive from Bracebridge or Huntsville, we are conspicuous with our large grain silo and Group of 7 mural outside, right on Highway 117 in the middle of town by the bridge. You can't miss us! Other attractions in the area include the Bigwin Island Golf Club, the Dorset Fire Tower, and a number of shops and businesses in the town of Baysville itself.

Day Trip #2

Visit us on your alternate route to Algonquin Park. Take exit 193 on Highway 11 N. Turn right on to Highway 117 and you'll come right past our door. From here continue east on Highway 117 to Highway 35 where you can make a pit stop in the village of Dorset before continuing north on Highway 35. Make a right hand turn at Highway 60 and BOOM! The only thing between you and the wilderness is a hefty park permit fee.

Day Trip #3

How about a brewery tour of the area? There are four breweries and a winery in the vicinity. In addition to Lake of Bays, there is Sawdust City in Gravenhurst, Muskoka Brewery in Bracebridge, Muskoka Lakes Winery in Bala, and Highlander Brew Co. in South River.

Day Trip #4

Arrive by boat! The brewery is located a five-minute walk from the Baysville public docks. You can also take in Centennial Park, Miss Nelle's, Humble Pie, Fork in the Road, and an assortment of other small-town shops and services. And if you care to stroll through town, look for five beautiful Group of Seven murals -- one of which is at the brewery.


Don't drink and drive.
Whether you and your friends plan to stay overnight or not, decide on a designated driver before heading to the brewery. For help finding one of Ontario's beautiful inns and hotels, click here.