The Best Kid & Family-Friendly Breweries in Alberta
Who says you can’t share the craft beer experience with the whole family? Check out Alberta’s kid-friendly breweries in Calgary, Edmonton and surrounding areas.
By Clara Jaide on Feb. 26, 2020
Alberta’s craft beer scene has been rapidly on the rise, thus breeding many, many craft beer lovers. And let’s face it: breweries make the best food and sometimes you want to enjoy that brewery burger with the family.
Craft breweries often operate like restaurants, bars or pubs. Typically, restaurants are family-friendly, pubs are usually kid-friendly during certain hours and bars are strictly for those that are of legal drinking age. In this article, we’ve compiled a list of kid-friendly, baby-friendly and family-friendly breweries in Alberta.
Luckily for us, most breweries in Alberta are family-friendly, but if you’re unsure, you can find their contact info in the Alberta Beer Guide and give them a call just to make sure.
Babies 👶 & Brews 🍺:
A Guide to Alberta’s Family-Friendly Breweries
Family-Friendly Craft Breweries in Calgary, Alberta
2003 11 Street SE
The Dandy Brewing Company is Calgary’s kid-friendly nano-brewery. With a menu equipped with delicious snacks, sharing plates and more, The Dandy is a place the whole family can enjoy.
105D 58 Avenue SE
Located in South Calgary, Prairie Dog Brewing is a family-friendly brewery with a great atmosphere and delicious burgers worth pairing with a beer (or a pop for the youngsters).
1217B 9 Avenue SE
Canada’s first brewery arcade is also kid-friendly! And with all those fun arcade games, how could they not be? Have a beer, a bite and show your kiddos a thing or two about Pac-Man!
1100 11 Street SE
Cold Garden Beverage Company is known for being a puppy-friendly brewery, but you can also bring the kiddos, too! A brewery experience the entire family can enjoy.
4407 1 Street SE
Located in the Barley Belt, The Establishment Brewing Company offers a family-friendly experience
4323 1 Street SE
Also located in Calgary’s Barley Belt, Annex Ale Project is a dog & kid-friendly brewery that got its start making soda. So, while you can enjoy your Annexation Ale, your little one can enjoy a refreshing (and award-winning) Annex Ale Root Beer.
Suite #7 3300 – 14 Avenue NE
Western Canada’s only completely dedicated gluten-free craft brewery not only celiac-friendly but it is also kid and family-friendly!
607 Manitou Rd SE
Outcast Brewing is a great kid-friendly brewery to take the whole family. Little ones will enjoy their kids’ colouring table available while the big ones (a.k.a. people over 18) can enjoy a brew or two!
More Kid-Friendly Breweries in Calgary, Alberta
801 30 Street NE
948 28 Street NE
505 36 Avenue SE
Suite #1070 2600 Portland Street SE
738 17 Avenue SW
Bay #12 10221 15th Street NE
5000 12a Street SE
Suite #121 10301 19 Street NE
1103 12th Street SE
Suite #113 1318 9th Avenue SE
4025 9 Street SE
Does your “baby” have 4 legs and fur?
Check out Alberta’s Dog-Friendly Breweries, Pubs and Patios.
Family-Friendly Breweries in Edmonton, Alberta
9929 60 Avenue NW
Edmonton’s popular Alley Kat Brewery is family-friendly! The 4th oldest brewery’s doors are open to kids of all ages for a fun family outing. Of course, no one under 18 can enjoy the craft beer, but they have tons of non-alcoholic options (soda, not beers) for the youngsters!
10308 81 Avenue NW
Situation Brewing is one of the many family-friendly breweries in Alberta. The Edmonton brewery boasts its love for both kids and dogs! Bring your fur babies and your real babies to Situation for a brewery experience for the entire family!
2919 Ellwood Drive
Located in southern Edmonton, conveniently close to the Summerside and Ellerslie communities, Town Square Brewing Co. a family-friendly brewery that has tons of options for the little ones to enjoy!
10416 80 Avenue NW
Polar Park Brewing is another kid, baby and family-friendly brewery in Edmonton. Feel free to enjoy your favourite craft brews with your tiny (non-alcohol drinking) friends.
Kid-Friendly Breweries in Other Parts of Alberta
(Red Deer, AB)
(Sylvan Lake, AB)
(Medicine Hat, AB)
(Medicine Hat, AB)
(Black Diamond, AB)
Did we miss a kid-friendly Alberta brewery?
Let us know and we’ll add it to the list!
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