Pure Pilsner

Dedicated to making the most authentic pilsner brewed in Canada.

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Our Story

Over the past two decades, Steam Whistle has grown from a dream hatched by the “Three Fired Guys” into one of Canada’s largest and most beloved independent breweries. Find out how Canada’s premium Pilsner came to be.

Our Beer

Steam Whistle has a singular vision: to produce a pilsner beer-lovers across the country can be proud of. It’s inspired by centuries of European tradition, but brewed fresh at our independent Canadian brewery. Find out more about the process, ingredients and people that make Steam Whistle Canada’s premium pilsner.

Visit the Roundhouse

Book a tour or pull up a stool and enjoy a pint at the bar! Each year the historic John Street Roundhouse welcomes thousands of visitors through our doors. Come see this architectural gem for yourself, and and grab a fresh pint of Steam Whistle while you’re here!

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Good Beer Folks Blog

What is the Winter Craft Beer Festival?

The Winter Craft Beer Festival is almost here, and we're itching to slip into our oh-so covetable retro green snowsuits and Steam Whistle toques.

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Today is #NationalDressUpYourPetDay and it looks like little @bruce_batman_ is getting ready for Winter Craft Beer Fest at the Roundhouse. Photo via @smooth.studiosPucker up friends, it's #NationalKissAGingerDay and we've got eyes for our very own Mike Dossey! 😍Sometimes Mother Nature comes through with an epic cooler ❄️ photo via @ellen.ompThe coutdown continues...Have you purchased your Winter Craft Beer Fest tickets yet? If not, follow the link in our bio and get yours before they sell out! Photo via @meldoingthingsGo big, or get off the ice. Photo via @zeropucksgiven