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Inspiration can at times come from desperation. Our next Pinchazo experimental IPA release - Lime Creamsicle IPA - was dreamt up during a semi-hallucinogenic heat wave daze that demanded ultimate thirst quenching satisfaction. *contains lactose


Called Crushable for a reason - this traditional German Pilsner is made for a hot summer day. Unfiltered because it has nothing to hide. Using only German malt & hops make for a malt-forward open and a dry finish.


Inspired by long contemplative walks on Sandbanks Outlet beach at dusk, Soft Hues features all the tropical hoppy aromatic goodness of an IPA with the soft mellow finish of a lager. A collaboration with renowned Canadian mixed media artist Christine Flynn, this brew is a perfect year-round accompaniment to an appreciation for nature’s beauty.


A recipe developed years ago with Big Spruce Brewing, Cape Breton for our annual Grape Harvest Party, this beer is a nod to local farmers. Auburn in colour with a malt forward profile that includes whole cone Chinook and Cascade hops straight off the bine from our little hopyard, Escarpment Labs Foggy London yeast, and 95% local grain malted by Barn Owl Malt. Malty and piney, this batch has a lingers on your palate like the scent of the boreal forest.

A smooth, dry, black lager featuring chocolate and coffee flavours without the bitterness of a stout.

In a nod to the Rickarton's Castle boathouse we brewed this malty brown ale with a crisp tangy bready finish. Our first foray into nitro cans - shake, pour hard & enjoy! The Rick was an epic venue for live music, cheap beer and a fair few fisticuffs.


A generously-hopped incredibly refreshing West Coast style pale ale named after our 1972 VW Westfalia beer delivery van. You'll find it hard to sip slowly. Dry-hopped with Simcoe & Citra for a hint of grapefruit zest.


Younger sibling to the face tingling DIPA of the same name, this IPA packs all the same tropical fruit flavours in with a lower abv. Soft mellow pillowy finish. Get involved!

A complex beer with the punch profile of Rye malt, balanced by the rich almost nutty flavour of Maris Otter. Throw in a modest late hops addition, and you have a beer that challenges every taste bud on your palate.

Outdoing last year's "11" was a tall order. We did so with our heaviest hop dosage ever (6lbs per bbl) and by tweaking the recipe to retain as much dank wholesome fruitiness in the beer. It's more "11' than "11". Oof.


An accentuated tangerine hop bomb with malty lingering balanced bitterness.  Named after Lake Ontario's own Bermuda Triangle  - it'll suck you right in!

We brew this beauty annually to suit the warm days and cool evenings of this time of year. The taste and texture of dried fruit - apricots & figs - feature strongly through a malty backbone and distinct fruity esters from @escarpmentlabs French Saison yeast, topped by a super dry finish. 
A smooth stout topped off with Samantha's father's organic coffee grown on the sloped coastline of the volcanic Lake Atitlan in Guatemala. Deep notes of toasty chocolate from dark malt grown in Patagonia, Chile, and an uncompromising coffee punch balanced by the citrus and herbal aromas of cascade and Williamette hops. *BrewOn Certified
An impregnable fortress of a beer - a sweet almost creamy mouthfeel from the oats balanced with the spicy bitterness of chocolate rye malt round out this stout. This year's version fermented with Escarpment Labs' Premium Pils lager yeast is extra smooth! *BrewOn Certified

Blended barrel aged stout. Blending beers has become a passion of ours at Parsons. The culmination of multiple experiments is this blend of our Eightball Milk Stout and our Devil's Right Hand base recipe aged in rum barrels. Mild rum spice on the nose and a warming effect that finishes with a distinct crème brûlée aftertaste. A multi-layered delectable feast for the senses. (contains lactose)


Bottles & Cans

The second release from our Hula Hoop series. Bright and opaque, sweet and tart with a light creamy mouthfeel - a perfect pairing for outdoor cooking and sunshine! (contains lactose)

473 ml can - $9.00
A German classic with an Ontario take, using Escarpment Labs' Uberweizen yeast.   Fruity esters are prevalent from the onset, with banana taking centre stage and finishing light and crisp.
355 ml can - $7.00

It looks like beer, tastes like beer and so we just call it Beer. A simple golden ale best enjoyed where the focus is on the crew you are with, not the complexity of the beverage you are imbibing.


A dry Saison highlighting the complex flavour of Belgian Saison yeast. A tempered late addition of Australian Summer hops add an element of stone fruit in what is otherwise a dry, sessionable brew. *BrewOn Certified.

355 ml can - $8.00
A style of beer we’ve been excited to do for years. You can expect a smooth, mellow lager with a malt-forward toasty and biscuity flavour profile that pays homage to the many small, historic breweries in Germany and Czech Republic. Enjoy any time of day with your favourite salty snack.
355 ml can - $8.00

Parsons Brewing's take on a classic unique style of beer "as old as man" - Belgian Lambic - technically it can't be referred to as Lambic since it is not from the Brussels area (like Champagne can't be called champagne unless it is made in Champagne, France or parmigiano in Italy). ... so we call it a barrel funked bottle conditioned ale.

This Gueuze contains a blend from barrels aged for 5yrs and 1-1/2yrs, co-fermented with Brettanomyces, Pediococcus, and Lactobacillus. Cloudy by nature, tart but not sour with a subtle fresh cut hay nose, honey-dew melon body and a lingering orchard fruit finish, emanating through delicate, tiny bubbles.

375 ml bottle - $20.00

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