About Amsterdam Brewing Company

The Amsterdam Brewing Company is an independently owned and operated craft brewery that is deeply rooted in the city of Toronto. A pioneer of the craft beer revolution in 1986 and initially called the Amsterdam Brasserie and Brew Pub, “The Amsterdam” was the first of its kind in Toronto to offer patrons hand crafted lagers and ales that were brewed in-house. Today we brew over ten different beers including our flagship lager – Amsterdam Natural Blonde, the award winning Big Wheel Amber and Boneshaker IPA, along with multiple year-round, seasonal and specialty brews. The Amsterdam Brewing Company uses only traditional brewing methods and our beers are made with four all natural ingredients – malt, hops, yeast, and water. All beers are GMO-free, without preservatives, and never heat pasteurized.


Beers made by Amsterdam Brewing Company

18 Hands

Belgian Pale Ale

2017 Helles Golden Lager

Munich Helles Lager

3Speed Lager

American Pale Lager

Autumn Hop Harvest Ale

American Pale Ale (APA)

Berry Radler

Fruit / Vegetable Beer

Big Wheel Amber

American Amber / Red Ale

Blonde Lager

Euro Pale Lager

Blood Orange Radler

Fruit / Vegetable Beer

Bord Du Lac

Saison / Farmhouse Ale

Cruiser All Day Pale Ale

American Pale Ale (APA)

Double Tempest

American Double / Imperial Stout

Downtown Brown Nut Ale

English Brown Ale

Fracture Imperial India Pale Ale

American Double / Imperial IPA

Home Grown

Saison / Farmhouse Ale

Iona

Scottish Ale

KLB Raspberry Wheat

Fruit / Vegetable Beer

Pale Rider

American Pale Lager

Reserve Saison

Saison / Farmhouse Ale

Rocks and Shoals

English India Pale Ale (IPA)

Spring Bock

Doppelbock

Starke Pilsner

Czech Pilsner

Superstition

Saison / Farmhouse Ale

Tempest Imperial Stout

American Double / Imperial Stout

Brewery Contact

Amsterdam Brewing Company Address

45 Esandar Drive
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Phone Number

+1 (416) 504-6882

Send a Message

info@amsterdambeer.com



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