Eighty-Eight Brewing Co.

Taproom Info

The More You Know

The taproom has re-opened! It might look a little different as we work within our new capacity limits and guidelines but we look forward to seeing all your rad faces! Please read below for info on our new hours and operations.


Our capacity is now reduced and groups will be restricted to 6 people (following the current AHS guidelines).

Our staff will seat you when you arrive to ensure that social distancing is maintained.

If you are on the patio and the weather takes a turn, we may not be able to offer seating inside. So please plan your pints accordingly!


We have sanitation procedures in place to help ensure the safety of everyone.

Information will be posted around the taproom so that everyone knows what to expect!

Do you have food?

We have awesome snacks available, including Ruffles and dip, Hawkins Cheezies, and Pep sticks.

And of course, please feel free to bring in food as you like or order up SkipTheDishes, Uber Eats, etc. while at the taproom!

Can I make a reservation?

We don’t take resos. Please just stop by!

If you are looking for a larger group event (within AHS guidelines) or a private event (including virtual events), please email events@88brewing.ca

Can I still get beer delivery?

Yes! Click here for all things delivery.

Is anything gluten free?

All our beer contains gluten. Additionally, we usually have a gluten-free alcoholic beverage on tap, usually a cider or vodka soda! The non-alcoholic beverages we offer are also gluten-free.

Is there anything non-alcoholic?

We always have something non-alcoholic on tap or in the fridge.

Can I bring kids?

Yup, everyone is welcome and we know you will look after them well!

Can I fill growlers?

Yup! We have a growler exchange program in place. Bring in any brand of growler (standard 64 oz. glass) and we will swap it out for a sanitized growler to fill (the one returned will be not necessarily be from Eighty-Eight). Or, if we have new growlers in stock, you can purchase one to fill.

Images courtesy of MJay Photography, 2019