|Saturday Night||Light||Cream Ale||5.3%|
|Valley Girl||Very-Light||Wheat Ale||5.5%|
|Friendly||Deep Golden||India Pale Ale||5.5%|
|Les Portes de L'Enfer||Golden Amber||Biere de garde||8%|
|Seasonal||Prices & styles vary. Please contact us for our seasonal selection.|
|Prices do not include HST or initial bottle purchase.|
We’ve changed our deposit/return system. We had to ask ourselves, what business are we in? The fact is, we're in the beer making business, not the bottle cleaning business. Here’s how it works now; when you purchase a Round or Growler, the cost of the bottle is included. That means you own it. When you come back, bring your clean bottle and we will refill it on the spot, without the cost of the bottle.
Our showroom in Sudbury has a great selection of beer for purchase. We have 'by the glass' sampling and can accomodate groups for special events and tastings.
1350 Kelly Lake Road,
Sudbury, ON P3E 5P4
Each of the locations below carry our fine brew.
Stack Brewing is being launched right here in Sudbury, Ontario. The idea came about by Shawn Mailloux and Michael Guillemette - fans of good beer, born and raised right here in the Nickel City. After years of drinking beers that were not quite right for them and their friends, they decided to brew a beer that would appeal to casual and seasoned beer drinkers alike.
We're a small operation with big hearts, smiles and ideas. We're growing our team and our production! We've had an overwhelming demand of Stack Beer, and are always trying to grow to meet this demand. As we expand, we'll continue to offer excellent tasting beer at a reasonable price.
Shawn's academic background might be in sciences and education, but this man knows beer and people!
Shawn was born and raised in Sudbury, but has lived in London and Edmonton before returning to Sudbury. He is a Biology and Chemistry teacher with the Rainbow Public School, and divides his time between the new buisness (Stack) and his family (wife and two school aged children).
Beginning with simple Beer box kits, Michael, born and raised in Sudbury, ON, has progressed to more intricate all-grain and "from scratch" brewing. Research and experimentation of historic beers has led to success of some of the world's oldest, finest and most difficult styles. Michael loves to create new and exciting flavour profiles as well as introduce international and historic styles.
Rob is a graduate of Advertising/Marketing from Cambrian College. He has worked in the non-profit sector for the past several years with the United Way. Rob just recently moved back home to Sudbury and started working with Stack.
As the Brewery Assistant, Rob works on all aspects of beer production, packaging, and distribution. He can often be found up in the retail store selling beer and making dirty jokes.
This medium bodied Imperial India Pale Ale pours a deep copper colour. Intense hop flavour and aroma are balanced nicely by clean malt sweetness and strong alcohol content.
A traditional German style Wheat beer. The large quantity of malted wheat used provides a sturdy base to showcase the citris fruit character of the yeast.
The Cream Ale style hails from prohibition era America. Barley was carefully guarded due to it's use in beer production, so brewers found new sources of fermentable sugars like corn and rice.This all-grain version gets it's sweetness from caramelized, alted barley. Pours golden straw yellow and is smooth and thirst quenching.
This altbier, German for “old-beer”, predates the 16th century. Copper-coloured with a creamy head and aromatic hop presence. Pleasant malt flavours complimented by a dry finish that will leave you ready for the next sip.
Originally brewed in Belgian and French farmhouses nearly 600 years ago, this Biere de Garde (beer for keeping) was traditionally brewed in the spring with a high alcohol content to last the summer without refrigeration. Pours a deep amber colour with pleasant caramel notes accompanied with a little warming on the palate from the alcohol.
A meeting between the stout and IPA styles. This medium bodied ale pours black and showcases both roasted malt character and intense hop flavour. Strong chocolate, coffee and molasses flavours from roasted barley allows this beer to pair well with rich desserts and chocolates.
A rich dark chocolate flavour and aroma complemented by raosted malt producing a deliciously dark stout with a smooth mouthfeel and just enough bitterness to get you through the long winter nights.
A smooth amber ale brewed with a combination of 4 holiday spices produces a truly festive beer for the season. At 7%ABV, a glass or two will warm you up enough to take on any winter night in Sudbury.
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1350 Kelly Lake Road,
Sudbury, ON P3E 5P4
11am – 7pm
11am – 5pm
11am – 3pm