BgB Beers Available

Wild Goose Lager

ABV: 4.75%

IBU: 23.5

SRM: 5

Approachably crisp and clean, balanced with a subtle malty finish. The Wild Goose Lager is a flagship favourite for all beer drinkers, micro to macro.

Jack’s Golden Ale

ABV: 5.4%

IBU: 23

SRM: 5.3

Easy drinking and thirst quenching with a clean malt backbone and a light sweetness. A subtle noble hop bitterness rounds off this long-time favourite of BGB and Jack’s Gastropub regulars.

Boys To The Yard Milkshake

New England IPA

ABV: 6.2%

IBU: 46

SRM: 5.2

2 row, crystal malts, wheat malt and a bushel of oats create a light colour and slight haze. Lactose and oats contribute to a silky mouth feel and slight sweetness.  An early boil addition of Magnum bittering hops and Galaxy, Amarillo, Summit, and Mosaic hops in the late boil and whirlpool allow for approachable bitterness and a significant hop aroma.

Flying “V” West Coast IPA

ABV: 6.7%

IBU: 61

SRM: 7.6

Brewed as a tribute to the three beers, which in 2008, turned Ontario on to modern IPAs. Elements from Muskoka’s Mad Tom, Great Lake’s Canuck (Formerly “Crazy Canuck”) and Bell’s Two Hearted were incorporated into this recipe. Only Centennial hops were used in the kettle, while Centennial, Citra and Lemondrop were used in dry hopping.

Fresh peeled orange and soft pine needle on the nose. Tastes of grapefruit, orange pith and slight dankness. Slight caramel sweetness balances this hop forward West Coast IPA. Medium-Deep Orange hue and low haze.

Cranberry & Sage Belgian White IPA 

ABV: 7.4%

IBU: 63

SRM: 6

Around 7.4% ABV. Unfiltered. A robust orange haze caused by yeast and residual proteins. Two yeasts were selected for this batch- one a tradition witbier yeast, the other a standard North American IPA yeast. The result is a moderate Belgian funk and aroma w/ notes of clove and slight xmas spice. Dryhopped with crushed cranberries, sage leaf and middling alpha acid hops.

The Darkest Timeline Sour Porter

ABV: 4.25%

IBU: 34

SRM: 37

The Darkest Timeline is a tart, medium-bodied sour porter with chocolate, sweet cherries and salt. A lower ABV keeps this flavour-forward, dark beer refreshing. Expect a desserty, black forest cake-like nose and flavour notes of sweet and sour cherry, bitter chocolate and sour candy.

FRA-GEE-LEY Gingerbread Brown

ABV: 7.5%

IBU: 12.5

SRM: 36

Fresh ginger bite w/ molasses sweetness. Bready and warm. Reminiscent of fruitcakes and gingerbread. Sure to be a holiday favourite

Lemon Tea Seltzer

ABV: 5.5%

IBU: 0

SRM: 0

Brewed with a blend of fresh muddled lemon verbena, orange and lemon peel and peach segments. This bright and refreshing seltzer is reminiscent of a less sugary Mike’s Hard Lemonade, road side lemonade stops and Fruity Pebbles cereal.
As the weather cools down, this drink is a perfect reminder of Summers past and Summers to come. Enjoy.

BGB Kolsch

ABV: 4.5%

IBU: 6

SRM: 30

There is a cathedral in Cologne, Germany. Construction on this Gothic behemoth started in 1248 and was finished 632 years later in 1880. The undertaking was so massive and impressive that before the original structure was, repairs were needed on other sections. This cathedral has never not been under construction; locals joke that when the cathedral is fully completed and not under construction, it must be the end of the world… But let’s talk beer.

Kölsch (Or Colognian) is the name for the regional dialect of Cologne. This name was also given to the regional beer style, which can be enjoyed across the world. Kölsch isn’t technically a lager as it uses top fermenting ale yeasts, but it is stored cold like a lager. Lagers (And lagered ales) are a double edged sword for small breweries… On the one hand, lagers are very popular and usually sell very well, but on the other hand, due to the extended lagering time, they can take over twice as long to mature in tanks as an ale. BGB has six tanks and in the workup to Oktoberfest, four of the tanks had lagers! But we thought about it: if the Colognians can take six centuries to build a proper cathedral, it’s absolutely nothing to take eight weeks to build a proper Kölsch.
BGB’s “World’s End Kölsch” is a refreshing unfiltered lagered ale crafted with traditional brewing processes. Expect clean malt flavour and a balanced Huell Melon hop component. A slight haze obscures the deep straw colour and a rich foam cap has remarkable staying power. Aroma is a rich, smelling of fresh cut hay, and slightly floral hops. Mouthfeel is richer than that of a typical lager but not cloying. This beer would go down very well whether you’re drinking from a sampler or a stein.

Artax Oated Nitro IPA

ABV: 6.64%

IBU: 47.9

SRM: 6.6

Artax (As all 70’s and 80’s kids know) is the majestic white bronco from Neverending Story. Both the horse and this beer stand for courageously leaving your comfort zone. Also, you’ll cry when they’re gone. A staggering 30% of this experimental IPA’s grain bill is oats. We wanted a rich oat mouthfeel, but that wasn’t enough. We then charged the whole batch with nitrogen instead of Carbon Dioxide. Nitrogen gas is molecularly smaller than CO2: the result is tinier, tighter bubbles which bind close to each other, forming an airtight seal of creamy goodness on the top of your glass. Artax has a silky slickness and a lingering texture reminiscent of cereal milk. The extremely potent and fruit forward Idaho 7 hop brings Artax an explosive fruit aroma like pineapple bubble tea, while the less flamboyant (but one of the brewer’s favourite) Simcoe hops bring a familiar dank terpene scent. This beer takes a little longer to pour from the nitro tap. It might seem never ending, but it’s definitely worth the wait.

Sex Panther Sweet Nitro Porter

ABV: 5.4%

IBU: 19

SRM: 22

A substantial, medium dark beer with a complex and flavorful roasted malt character. Roasted barley, chocolate and Special B malt contribute coffee, roasted nut and cocoa aroma with a toasted finish. The bitterness of dark chocolate is balanced with sweetness from the addition of lactose. The mouthfeel is an exquisitely soft, cascading slickness as Sex Panther is served exclusively on nitro in the taproom.





Cask Ale, or “Real Ale,” is a naturally carboned beer served during an active secondary fermentation and served at room temperature from a hand pump. Residual yeast is present in cask ale: gobbling up remaining sugar and producing additional alcohol and trace amounts of carbon dioxide. This unfiltered ale is a staple in British Pubs and snooty beer joints across the world and is known for bearing the true flavour of beer: free from palate-numbing coldness or perceptually acidifying extraneous carbonation.



Winter Spiced Brewgria $12

Unfiltered Apple Cider, Cranberry Juice, Spring Mill Ward Series No. 01 Spiced Liquor, Banded Goose Brewing Co. Ginger Amber Ale


Nitro Negroni $12

Spring Mill Gin, Dillon’s Vermouth, Campari, Banded Goose Brewing Co. Artax Nitro IPA


Jack Frost $12

Spring Mill Vodka, Blue Curacao, Freshly Squeezed Lemon Juice, Banded Goose Brewing Co. Seasonal Seltzer, Frosted Sugar Rim, Whipping Cream


Cranberry Cinnamon Mule $12

Spring Mill Vodka, Spring Mill Ward Series No.1 Spiced Liquor, Freshly Squeezed Lime Juice, Cinnamon Orange Cranberry Cordial, Craft Ginger Beer 



Paglione Estate Winery 2019 Pinot Grigio

6oz $8.50   10oz $13.50   Bottle $30.00


Colchester Ridge Estate Winery 2020 Sauvignon Blanc

6oz $10.00   10oz $15.00   Bottle $36.00


Paglione Estate Winery 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon

6oz $8.50   10oz $13.50   Bottle $30.00


Pelee Island Winery JS Hamilton Red 

6oz $11.00   10oz $16.00   Bottle $38.00


Paglione Estate Winery 2019 Cabernet Franc

6oz $12.00   10oz $18.00   Bottle $44.00


Oxley Estate Winery Pinot-Noir

6oz $12.00   10oz $18.00   Bottle $44.00


Oxley Estate Winery 2020 Cabernet Syrah Rose

6oz $10.00   10oz $15.00   Bottle $36.00


Pelee Island Winery Lola Sparking Rose

250ml $12.00