LOCAL BEER, SUSTAINABLE FUTURE
Haliburton Highlands Brewing is an award winning micro-brewery producing handcrafted, premium ales as fresh and natural as the Highlands that inspire them! Incorporating local ingredients and operating with sustainable practices are HHB core values.
Open 7 days a week thru Thanksgiving weekend
Monday – Thursday 10am-6pm
Special late night Fridays
September 22 – Hike Haliburton
October 6 – Thanksgiving long weekend
••• HHB Honey Brown is available through select LCBO stores, see Our Partners page for locations
••• HHB BlueLine Blonde, Honey Brown and our new Skipping Stone Kolsh (Dysart 150 celebration summer ale) is now available at the West Guildford Shopping Centre •••
••• HHB Pale Ale and our new Skipping Stone Kolsh is now available at the Eagle Lake Shopping Centre •••
Visit the Brewery
Year Round Hours
Thursday to Saturday 10pm to 6pm
Sunday 12pm to 6pm
Monday to Wednesday closed but give us a call, we’re probably here and are happy to have you stop by.
Extended Summer Hours | Mid June – Labour Day
Open Monday – Thursday & Saturday 10am to 6pm; Friday 10am to 10pm; Sunday noon to 6pm
Extended Fall Hours | Labour Day – Thanksgiving
Open Monday – Saturday 10am to 6pm; Sunday noon to 6pm
705-754-2739 | email@example.com
Let’s face it, the swag is fun, information about the team is interesting, but the brewery is really all about the beer! From the refreshing, straight forward BlueLine Blonde to our Wee Heavy Scotch Ale, our beers span the gamut and provide a range of interesting options for all seasons and tastes.
We offer bottle sales, growler fills, HHB logo merchandise, tours and tastings at our retail shop. Come and meet our talented and friendly brewery staff. Ringo – our super cute brewery dog – is available by chance or appointment.
Haliburton Highlands brewing is located at Abbey Gardens. Abbey Gardens is an inspired community project that encourages visitors to think more sustainably about land, food, energy and economy. We are proud to partner and build relationships with local growers, producers, artisans and suppliers.