About Sawdust City Brewing Company
Located in Gravenhurst Ontario, the gateway to Muskoka, Sawdust City Brewing Company is dedicated to the art and science of creating exceptional craft beers. We produce traditional ales in an array of styles, but there is nothing traditional about the flavour. Our brewmaster, Sam Corbeil, and his talented team create award-winning exciting beers that expand the borders of traditional flavour profiles. The rule at Sawdust City is there are no rules. We are just here to make great beer.
In addition to our six year-round core brands, we brew exceptional seasonal offerings, exciting limited batch brews, barrel-aged and experimental beers. Of course all of our beers are all-natural and made with only the finest ingredients. We don’t take ourselves too seriously as our labels express and hey, beer should be fun! What we do take seriously is the quality of our beers, which we are sure you will enjoy.
The 20,000 sq. ft. facility is located on the main street of Gravenhurst and not only includes a 24hL Canadian-made brewhouse, canning line and barrel-aging room, but a large retail store and Tap Room. The retail store sells cans and growlers, Canadian made merchandise and local products. We are dedicated to being as local and sustainable as possible, making sure everything we sell is responsibly sourced. The focal point of the Tap Room is a 24-foot live-edge bar milled from a 100-year-old naturally felled pine tree, honouring the long history of logging in Muskoka. The Tap Room features 12 draught lines, tasting flights, mug club, and tutored tastings. There are also cask nights where you can sample specialty beer exclusively available in the Tap Room. Brewery tours are available throughout the week in the summer, and Saturdays only during the winter.
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