Neustadt Springs Brewery

Neustadt Springs Brewery

Neustadt Springs Brewery, a small family-run craft brewery, is dedicated to brewing only natural premium ales and beers, using the finest Canadian malts, New Zealand hops and European yeasts. Reputed to be Ontario's oldest original operating brewery building, the 1859 stone-built brewery rests over some of the purest spring water in Ontario.

Contact

456 Jacob St
Neustadt ON N0G 2M0
Phone: (519) 799-5790
Fax: 519-799-5666

Beers Available

456 Marzen Lager
456 Marzen Lager
Strong flavoured Octoberfest lager, smooth and very drinkable.
Big Dog Beaujolais Porter
Big Dog Beaujolais Porter
Dark smooth and rich, enhanced with 3% Pelee Island red wine giving a subtle fruitiness, offsetting the deep rich bitterness of the original porter. This beer was designed to emulate the London porters of old with a slight sourness. Brewed with pure spring water, New Zealand hops and imported speciality malts
Ever Ard Dark English Mild Ale
Ever Ard Dark English Mild Ale
A full flavoured ale 3.5% with a coffee nose
Mill Gap Bitter
Mill Gap Bitter
A traditional English Bitter. brewed to pour a rich amber colour that allows the fruitiness of the hops to come out.
Neustadt 10w30 Brown Ale
Neustadt 10w30 Brown Ale
A traditional English Brown Ale is rich with malty and light nutty aromas
LCBO #64642 (473 mL can)
Neustadt Bruce County Premium Lager
Neustadt Bruce County Premium Lager
A lighter flavoured beer with an attitude! The pure spring water, New Zealand hops and Canadian malts, give this beer a crisp, clean mouth feel. Not overly hopped and slightly fruity, perfect for a hot summer day. Serve it with a light crisp salad and smoked salmon, B-B-Q ribs, sausage or hamburgers.
Neustadt Lager
Neustadt Lager
Brewed in the Belgium country style, which means it is not as harsh on the back of the throat as a Pilsner beer. It is a little fuller in flavour and colour than average Canadian beers. Using pure natural spring water, New Zealand hops and Canadian malts. This combination gives it a clean, fresh mouth feel, smooth and very creamy. A perfect partner with chicken, pork, fish or spicy foods.
LCBO #76166 (473 mL can)
Neustadt Scottish Ale
Neustadt Scottish Ale
Using pure natural spring water, New Zealand hops and imported specialty malts. Brewed in the traditional Scottish style, being deep golden in colour, full flavored, with a hint of roast barley, making it smooth with plenty of body. In Scotland this style of beer would be used as a chaser to a malt whisky. The malts in Scottish ale compliment the malts in a scotch whisky. Serve it with fish and chips, steak and kidney pie or haggis.
LCBO #64634 (473 mL can)
Texas Tea Honey Stout
Texas Tea Honey Stout
Dark smooth and rich, enhanced with natural local honey, giving a subtle sweetness and Offsetting the deep rich bitterness of the original stout.
The Sour Kraut
The Sour Kraut
Fruited and soured lager style 4% Light thirst quencher, with a delicate hint of raspberry A North American soured beer.

Tour Hours

Neustadt Springs Brewery
Please call ahead for tours.
$7.00
week ends only 2.00pm

Day Trip #2

Food, Drink and Woodworking
Following your tour of Neustadt Springs Brewery, just a short ride away in Teeswater, you will find Canada's oldest creamery founded in 1875. Visitors can purchase unique cheese baskets containing award winning Gay Lee products. Or visit the historic Welbeck Sawmill just north of Durham and watch demonstrations of cedar shingles being made. Thinking of holiday shopping? Welbeck is a fascinating place to shop for fine woodworking tools, hard-to-find hardware items and rare woods. A wood worker's paradise!

Day Trip #3

Fall Colours/Winter Wonderland
Plan a tour to Neustadt Springs Brewery and enjoy the beautiful local countryside along the way. Grey County is known for its brilliant fall colours - reds and golds which come alive in the Beaver Valley and Saugeen River Watershed. Fall is also harvest time and in the apple district you will come across many Mennonite fruit stands, small town festivals and events. In winter Saugeen River Country offers a whole new world of things to do and see. Events like the Annual "Christmas in the Country," which is the largest Festival of lights in the area, held the second weekend of December. Enjoy the sights and sounds of the festive season which are set in the picturesque, magical Saugeen Valley Conservation Headquarters.

For more information on day trip ideas in and around Grey Country, visit: http://new.greycounty.ca/communities/neustadt.html

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