Here at Smithavens Brewing Company, we focus on producing traditional European Style Beers. As brewmaster, Graham Smith says, “There’s a reason these beer styles have been around for generations… because they’re delicious!”. Our focus has always been to provide the freshest, best tasting beers to our fans across Ontario by using natural ingredients and brewing in small batches.

Enjoy our beers while watching the hockey game, sitting around a camp fire, or by one of the many beautiful lakes here in the Kawarthas. Cheers!

Blonde Ale

Blonde Ale

7.0% ABV

  • An Abbey ale yeast, spices, hops, and three different grains are all used to produce this brew.
  • Gold medal winner at the Ontario Brewing Awards
Blonde Ale

Kellerbier

Kellerbier

5.2% ABV, 20 IBU

  • Our Kellerbier, or “Cellar Beer”, is a pale lager with a rich malt flavour and a noble hop character
  • Soon to be released in a 473mL can!
Kellerbier

Schwarzbier

Schwarzbier

5.2% ABV, 18 IBU

  • A traditional German Black Lager with notes of coffee and chocolate on the palate. Light in body and full in flavour.
Schwarzbier

Hefeweizen

Hefeweizen

5.2% ABV, 12 IBU

  • A rich, bubbly thirst-quencher. The aromas and flavours are bready, spicy and fruity. Notes of banana and clove on the palate
  • Naturally cloudy
  • Silver medal winner at the Ontario Brewing Awards
Hefeweizen

Amber Solace

Amber Solace

5.5% ABV, 20 IBU

  • Traditionally brewed for festivals and special events, this lager has a rich German malt aroma and flavour
  • Gold medal winner at the Ontario Brewing Awards
Amber Solace

Dunkelweizen

Dunkelweizen

5.2% ABV, 12 IBU

  • A dark refreshing wheat ale with malty, spicy, and fruity flavour.
  • Gold medal winner at the Ontario Brewing Awards
Dunkelweizen

Taster Pack

Taster Pack

 

Taster

Nottabottle

4.5% ABV, 20 IBU

  • A fruity, moderately malty, easy-drinking, copper-coloured ale. Flavours derived from an Abbey ale yeast, caramel malt, and gentle hopping.

Bottle Conditioning

Bottle Conditioning, also known as the “Champagne Method” is a method of carbonating beer. Bottle conditioned beers are a live product, due to a small amount of yeast that is remaining in the beer. The beer is bottled flat and sugar mixture is added into the bottle; this starts the process of a second fermentation that occurs inside the bottle creating carbon dioxide (the remaining yeasts eats up the sugar creating CO2), and thus a carbonated beer. The result is a much deeper character and flavour, and a more natural carbonation.

Visit our Retail store at 687 Rye Street

Kegs are available in 20L, 30L, and 50L keg sizes available for purchase and that there are kegerators and pumps that you can rent .

Where to buy?

Our beers at the Beer Store.

Our beers at LCBO.

Grocery Store-Look for us in Farmboys, select Sobeys and select independent stores.