Beer Made for Makers
Red Circle Brewing Co. is rooted in the history of, and draws inspiration from, our hometown of Kitchener-Waterloo.
Using traditional methods and all natural ingredients, we approach each and every brew uniquely, staying true to our diverse community, while paying homage to the makers who built the city we call home.
Belmont Village Blonde Ale
In the 1930's, work crews installed street lights and paved a three-block stretch of road to create Belmont Village in Kitchener. This Blonde Ale pays homage to the hard-working makers who built our home into what it is today for only thirty cents an hour.
Crystal Park Pilsner
In the 1860s, one of the first breweries in Kitchener-Waterloo was constructed by German immigrants, producing around 5,000 litres of beer a year. Known for its decorative green space around the brewery, Crystal Park became a popular hangout for the locals. This unfiltered German pils pays homage to the pioneer brewmasters who brewed the first batches of “Old German Lager” in our hometown.
Iron Horse Trail IPA
Our Brewery overlooks the Iron Horse Trail, an abandoned railway corridor that was once home to the Canadian Pacific Railway line. We created this IPA in recognition of the trail that once delivered materials to the makers of Kitchener, which now connects the cities of Kitchener and Waterloo.
Night Shift Coffee Porter
Our brewery was once home to Dominion Tire in 1957. Back then the night shift was all part of the tire business, which we honour with this Coffee Porter. Each batch is aged with fresh, in-house roasted Red Circle Coffee.