Our traditional open top fermenters allow us to blend our beer with just the right amount of passion & creativity, tailoring each batch to fit a distinct flavour profile.
Kölsch is our flagship brand and our lightest offering.
Patterned off of German Kölsch that was originally produced in the city of Köln, Germany. Traditionally, this beer was brewed using a portion of the grain as wheat instead of barley. The aroma is that of cereal grains with a light floral note at the end. Upon drinking, the flavours subtly take over the mouth leaving very little bitterness. There is a noticeably sweet taste that appears just before the carbonation cleans the palate.
This beer is perfect for those experimenting with craft beer for the first time.
- International Bittering Units = 25
- Standard Reference Method = 3
- % Alcohol By Volume = 4.6%
The Raspberry Wheat is a crisp, refreshing beer with just a hint of raspberry flavour. The flavour is not tart but lightly sweet, reminiscent of summer berries.
The Raspberry Wheat is made with premium Canadian 2-row barley and wheat. Loads of fresh raspberry are added while still keeping it beer first.
This is an extremely drinkable, crisp, refreshing anytime beer.
International Bittering Units = 25
Standard Reference Method = 4
% Alcohol By Volume = 4.4%
The Wishart’s ESB is in the tradition of a British Extra Special Bitter. ESB’s typically have more flavour, aroma and alcohol than a standard bitter. Our ESB is copper in colour and the nose is a blend of sweet caramel and fruity aromas.
The flavour of this beer is complex. At first taste, sweet caramel and light toffees are overwhelming. As the flavour develops, a mix of fruity, spicy and citrus start to present themselves and eventually take over the sweeter flavours.
Our ESB is perfectly paired with traditional English cuisine such as our House Made Fish & Chips
International Bittering Units = 32
Standard Reference Method = 8
- % Alcohol By Volume = 5.3%
Our most complex beer, the Clocktower Red is brewed with a blend of five different types of malt and two types of hops.
Aside from the rich colour, the malts add varying degrees of sweetness: caramel, chocolate, and dried fruits can all be found in both the flavour and aroma.The hops used in the Clocktower Red are best characterized as citrus or pine flavours. The citrus and pines notes stick around in the mouth afterwards leaving a very pleasant aftertaste.
- International Bittering Units = 38
Standard Reference Method = 15
% Alcohol By Volume = 5.3%
The Bytown Brown is light drinking beer with complex blend of sweet and roasted malts that leaves you feeling refreshed.
There are seven different types of malt in the Brown that range from coffee, chocolate, toffee and caramel malts. The malts have been well balanced to ensure that one flavour does not dominate your palette.
This is the perfect pint to match with a burger, steak, stew, or pizza.
International Bittering Units = 28
Standard Reference Method = 17
% Alcohol By Volume = 4.8%
Clocktower Stout is an homage to the original stout beers. It is a dark brown almost black beer in colour with a creamy tan head. The aroma is that of roast coffee and chocolate. The nitrogen added; instead of carbon disoxide, gives the stout a smooth, creamy body making it very drinkable.
Clocktower stout stays true to the long history of stouts and is sure to please.
International Bittering Units = 27
Standard Reference Method = 40
% Alcohol By Volume = 5.0%
NO. 7 IPA
The No. 7 IPA is clean, easy to drink and will leave fans of hoppy beers satisfied.
Our No 7 is deep gold in colour with a slightly hazy appearance. The aroma is bursting with tropical fruit flavours such as passion fruit with hints of grapefruit. The key to this beer is while it is loaded with hop flavour and aroma it is not bitter. It is smooth and easy to drink leaving your mouth full of flavour..
Hops used are Vic Secret from New Zealand and Newport hops from Tavistock, Ontario.
- International Bittering Units = 38
- Standard Reference Method = 6
- % Alcohol By Volume = 5.4%
With over 20 years of creating seasonal beers such as Ottawa’s first Pumpkin or creating new trends such as the Vintage Series circa 2011 White Stout. The brewing team research far and wide to find new and interesting ways to make unique and approachable seasonal beers. Whether that means teaming up with a like minded business or creating some new flavour ideas, rest assured that something tasty is coming soon!