Posted June 1, 2018

Steel Wheel Brewery opens in Brant County

Brant – Steel Wheel Brewery opened their doors today at 105 Powerline Road in Brant County.

The brewery, tap room, and bottle shop is housed in an 1890s farmhouse on 14 acres of land owned by founders Harold Kuret and Cindy Blair whom have been growing hops on the same property since 2015. Grain crops are also in their plans.

(Steel Wheel Brewery/Instagram)

“Steel Wheel Brewery is just another cog in the ‘wheel’,” explains their Web site. “In addition to brewing great beer, Harold and Cindy restore and operate antique steam engines and tractors, are heavily involved in Heritage Associations and are most known locally for blowing the steam whistle of their 1927 George White steam engine in the annual Lynden Canada Day parade.”

Growlers and 500ml bottles are available to go. A beer list wasn’t immediately available.

Operating hours are Fri-Sat 12-9pm and Sun 12-5pm.

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