Terminal City Brewing offers a variety of beers from light lagers to dark ales. Each batch makes 48 liters of beer which can be bottled in plastic, glass, or aluminum cans. Ready in two weeks.

StoutsAlcoholFull Batch
Irish Stout5.5% $175.00
All Grain AlesAlcoholFull Batch
*NEW* Citra Ass Down Pale Ale5.2% $165.00
*NEW* Fireside Amber Ale5.2% $165.00
*NEW* Pacific Pale Ale5.2% $165.00
*NEW* Sitka Spruce Ale5.2% $165.00
Adanac Red Ale5.3% $170.00
All-Grain Soft Porter6.0% $175.00
Black Sheep Cream Ale6.0% $170.00
Coastal Pale Ale5.2% $165.00
Dos Amigos Amber Ale5.2% $165.00
Equinox Pale Ale5.2% $165.00
Grizzly Beer5.4% $170.00
Gulf Islands IPA6.0% $170.00
Hoppin' Mad IPA6.0% $175.00
Lord Stanley's Pale Ale5.2% $165.00
Nor'Wester Amber Ale5.2% $165.00
Rain City Ale5.0% $165.00
Smooth Sailng Session Ale5.0% $165.00
Stay-Back Citra Pale5.2% $165.00
Summer Solstice Pale Ale5.2% $165.00
Thunderhead ESB6.0% $170.00
Tropical Blonde Ale5.0%$150.00 (reg. $165.00)
All Grain LagersAlcoholFull Batch
*NEW* Helles Gate Lager5.2% $160.00
1616 Lager5.2% $160.00
Bavarian Lager5.2% $160.00
Coldstream Lager5.0% $160.00
Dartry Lager5.2% $160.00
Lakeside Lager5.0% $160.00
Lockdown Lager5.0% $160.00
Oktoberfest All-Grain Lager5.0% $160.00
Pandemic Pilsner5.5%$145.00 (reg. $160.00)
Park Bench Pilsner5.0% $160.00
St Germaines Premium Lager5.0% $160.00
Terminal City Pilsner5.2% $160.00

Choosing your beer

Choosing the right beer is simple - come in for a chat and tell us what you like. We can adjust our recipes to your taste - enjoy a particular type of hop? We can do that. Want something that's just simple and easy drinking? No problem. From the lightest lager to the most bitter IPA, we have you covered.

Types of beer

We offer a variety of beer recipes from lagers to dark ales. While lagers tend to be lighter in color the range of bitterness could be from near water (think mass market beers) to heavily hopped pilsners. Ales generally are maltier and mild in hop flavour. Some specialty beers are full of hops like ESB's and IPA's. We can make just about anything; the only thing we can't do currently is wheat beers like hefeweizens.

The brewing process

  1. Choose your beer recipe from the menu selection.
  2. We will brew the wort for you.
  3. Let it ferment - ales take about 2 weeks, lagers take about a month depending on the yeast you choose.
  4. We will cold filter and store in keg until bottling.
  5. Come in and bottle/can your beer and away you go.

Caring for your beer

Always store your beer in a cool, dark place. A fridge is ideal. There are NO preservatives in our beers; shelf life is reduced if you store in a warm place. Shelf life will vary depending on storage and containers, but beer stored in a fridge in clean glass bottles will happily last 3+ months. Some styles (IPAs, stouts, etc) will last quite a while longer. We can only guarantee our beer when bottled in new bottles or cans, but we're happy to teach you how to care for your bottles so they can be reused.

Our staff can answer all of your questions about the brewing process. Please check our FAQ or contact us.

Bottling options

Your freshly-brewed batch of beer can be bottled in all sorts of ways: plastic, glass and aluminium cans. We have a variety of bottling options available for sale:

More information about our beer bottling options

The ultimate solution is a home draft system - ask us for more information.