Dedication to craft, connection to place, and a focus on innovation.
The tradition of brewing beer is a long and celebrated one, and one which Freehold Brewing Co. is proud to be a part of. At its heart, Freehold embodies a respect for that tradition, and it’s with care and precision that we strive to build upon it.
Freehold was founded in 2016 by Matt James and Tavis Agnew, who envisioned something more than a brewery. They knew that steadfast dedication to the art of brewing had paved the way for a grander pursuit: a brewery and restaurant dedicated to evolving the definition of those terms. A true and honest reflection of place, Freehold is a celebration of Alberta.
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Considered the perfect farmhouse sipper in Belgium, this table ale is best enjoyed at the dinner table or as a moment to retire from the day.
A blended kettle sour delivers a subtle herbal character to join with a refreshing tartness. Tin Snips is ready to be kept on hand to dance with anything that can come across your plate. At Freehold Brewing Co. we believe in a dedication to craft, a connection to place, and a focus on innovation.
Have you ever looked up at the night sky, and truly felt that you were away from the lights of the city? Only to find light again. Endless sky consumes the world, but in that vast darkness is a sea of shining stars and moonlight. Dark Skies showcases the light within the dark. A body of roasted malt directs us to the shining notes of a true hefeweizen. We can get lost in its abyss but that’s when our eyes adjust and the meteors come to light.
Sun-ripened barley and hops give this beer an approachable quality, a distinctive aroma and a crisp, grainy finish. Carefully balanced malts produce a rich body, full flavour, and enough sweetness to make this lager interesting, and traditional and new world hops are blended to impart a juicy aroma without any perceived bitterness.
Let this brew be your reward for an honest day’s effort. Drinkable and sharable, patio or après-tractor.
Haymaker is a nod to the breadbasket of our country. This complex wheat beer offers flavours of stone fruit aged on wood delivered softly like stalks swaying in the wind. Like rotating crops through a field, a resilient yield brings forward fruit flavour with an undercurrent of a sturdy body. Subtle and swift like a wild punch, this first cut will surely not be the last.