Church-Key Brewery

Church-Key Brewery

We at Church-Key Brewing take pride in producing authentic ales, while supporting our local communities.

Founded in 2000, Church-Key was the first microbrewery in picturesque Northumberland County, situated in an 1878 Methodist Church on the outskirts of Campbellford, Ontario.

Church-Key Brewing features a variety of award winning hand-crafted ales. All of our ales are made in small batches from four simple ingredients: malted barley, hops, water and yeast. Each Church-Key ale has distinct properties of colour, richness and aroma that make it unique.

Church-Key Brewery

Church-Key Brewery

We at Church-Key Brewing take pride in producing authentic ales, while supporting our local communities.

Founded in 2000, Church-Key was the first microbrewery in picturesque Northumberland County, situated in an 1878 Methodist Church on the outskirts of Campbellford, Ontario.

Church-Key Brewing features a variety of award winning hand-crafted ales. All of our ales are made in small batches from four simple ingredients: malted barley, hops, water and yeast. Each Church-Key ale has distinct properties of colour, richness and aroma that make it unique.

The Church-Key Pub & Grindhouse

Enjoy the atmosphere at our place The Church-Key Pub and Grind House, with live entertainment from local artists, great food and a variety of locally produced beer including the latest and greatest from Church-Key Brewing. As well as fair trade, and organic coffee. Cappuccino , latte, espresso.

The Church-Key Pub & Grindhouse is located in a quaint little stone building in Campbellford Ontario built circa 1930’s. Previously occupied by an eclectic group of businesses such as a gas station, sewing and plumbing shops.

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Church-Key Brewery

If you want to try an incredible tasting and full flavoured Beers and Ale try some of these offered at Church Key. My favorite is Holy Smoke. – Ken S. via Facebook

First time for trying church key beer. Having a Northumberland Ale right now. Great tasting beer. Definitely going on my favorite list. – Dennis T. via Facebook

The staff there are courteous and well versed in the beer they produce and are always happy to give a guided tour and pour your favourite growler, which is eco-sound as they are recyclable at the brewery! My favourite is the signature Northumberland Ale! if you can’t get it at the brewery… try going to The Church-Key Pub “the wee hoose” serves only Ontario Craft Beers, so if they have run out of the Ale, you can try a variety of the many fine ones they have in bottles or on tap! – Sandra P. via Facebook

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