Tis the season that green beer is pouring and we’re chasing rainbows and pots of gold—yes you guessed it, it’s St. Patrick’s Day. To celebrate, we wanted to highlight some of our amazing Futurpreneur Canada beer businesses across the country. Check them out, follow them, and pay them a visit to try their beer!

Garden Brewers (Hamilton, ON)

Who’s behind it?
Victor & Sonja North

Where to find it:
Around craft beer bars across Southern Ontario, particularly in Hamilton, Ontario.

About:
Rooted in Hamilton, Ontario, Garden Brewers makes bold yet balanced brews and are deeply invested and committed to their city. Garden Brewers draws inspiration from the rich and wonderful natural world, both in their brewing and in their choices.

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9 Mile Legacy Brewing (Saskatoon, SK)

Who’s behind it?
Shawn Moen & Garrett Pederson

Where to find them:
At the corner of Avenue B South and 19th Street West in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, right next to the Saskatoon Farmers Market.

About:
A small-scale brewery located next to the Saskatoon Farmers Market specializing in a well-made variety with over 30 different beer styles brewed since they launched in April 2015.

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Kettle River Brewing (Kelowna, BC)

Who’s behind it?
Russ Higgs, Brandon Amond & Chris Dedinsky

Where to find them:
731 Ballie Avenue, Kelowna, British Columbia

About:
Awakening the sleepy Kelowna craft beer culture by providing a wide range of craft brews that reflect the temperament of the Kettle River. Kettle River Brewing will be opening their doors to the beer scene this spring. Stay tuned!

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Danforth Brewery (Toronto, ON)

Who’s behind it?
John Davis & Edward Carter

Where to find it:
Danforth Brewery is just starting up in the beer scene but save the date as you will be able to find their first beer, Viaduct IPA in bars across Toronto, Ontario this spring.

About:
Located in the East End community of Toronto, the goal of Danforth Brewery is to celebrate the past and present of Toronto’s East End and to be a part of the bright future of the Danforth community. Danforth Brewery’s mission is to produce high quality, hand-crafted ales including interpretations of classic beer styles, and experimental one-offs.

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Wild Card Brewing Company (Trenton, ON)

Who’s behind it?
Nathan Card

Where to find them:
At their new brewery set to open this April at 38 Gotha Street, Trenton, Ontario, and in restaurants from Durham region to Kingston, Ontario and everywhere in between.

About:
Wild Card Brewing Company specializes in brewing off-beat beers for bars, restaurants, and people that want something different. Wild Card Brewing is relatively new to the beer scene, only starting up six months ago, but are expanding to meet demand!

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Barley’s Homebrewing Supplies (New Westminster, BC)

Who’s behind it?
Curtis Van Marck

Where to find it:
101-455 East Columbia Street, New Westminster, British Columbia

About:
Barley’s Homebrewing Supplies offers a range of ingredients and equipment for home beer-making. They take pride in helping beginners through the process with thorough advice and instructions while making sure the seasoned homebrewer has access to the latest tools and best ingredients.

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