Questions? Read our FAQ below or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you take reservations?
While we do appreciate a heads-up for large group sizes, reservations are not required. We have plenty of indoor and outdoor seating and there is typically no wait.
If you are looking to host a large gathering or event at Slake, more information can be found on our Events page.
Do you serve food?
Our kitchen is operated by our friends at Rebel Taco and we offer a Tex-Mex inspired menu.
The kitchen is currently open on Saturdays and Sundays.
Do you have any gluten-free / non-alcoholic / non-beer at the brewery?
While we are a brewery first-and-foremost, we also offer a small selection of local wine and cider available by-the-glass.
We also carry some great non-alcoholic options like seltzers (flavoured fizzy water!), locally-made sodas, and non-alcoholic beer.
Are dogs allowed?
Yes. We love dogs! We ask that they stay outside the brewery and remain on leash at all times while on the property. Don't forget to pick up any poop!
I work at a bar/restaurant/bottle shop. How can I carry you beer?
Thanks for the interest! Please email us at email@example.com and we'll be happy to discuss licensee sales with you.
I'm a tour operator or am organizing a large group visit. Can we visit?
Thanks for the interest! We appreciate a heads-up from any large organized group (buses, vans, etc) or tour operator that is looking to visit Slake.
This helps us organize service so that we can ensure our regular customers as well as groups can have a great experience during our high season without overwhelming our staff and space.
Please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll be happy to discuss.
Can I book your brewery for an event?
Yes! We are now offering a small number of dates for private events, semi-private gatherings and weddings. More information is available on our Events page.
Can I go and visit the farm animals?
Unfortunately the barn is not currently set up for guests and we ask that you remain in the public areas of the property.
However, you can usually see the pigs, sheep, chickens and cats from the patio and taproom.
As you drive up to the brewery, you'll drive past the horses and you're welcome to stop and say hi. We ask that you please stay on your side of the fence and do not feed them.
Is your brewery accessible?
Yes! Our brewery has accessible parking spaces and an accessible slope, power door operators, and an accessible washroom.
However, please know that this is a large property and the distance between the parking lot and front entrance can be long for some. The taproom is elevated above the parking lot level and therefore it is a gradual, wheelchair-accessible slope to the top.
If you have any questions or need accomodations, please call us and we would be happy to assist.