Menu Available: Open Hours

*Gluten-free option available*

cold lake charcuterie board





Charcuterie Board with raspberries and raspberry compote for our owners’ garden, fresh basil (grown at the brewery), gluten-free crackers, homemade hot beer cheese dip, salami, prosciutto and Old School Cheesery assorted cheeses.

Included Pairing: 16oz Cold Lake Brewing & Distilling Honey Lime Lager

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Menu Available: Open Hours

Friday, August 11 – 11:30am to 11:30pm
Saturday, August 12 – 11:30am to 11:30pm
Sunday, August 13 – CLOSED
Monday, August 14 – CLOSED
Tuesday, August 15 – 11:30am to 10:30pm
Wednesday, August 16 – 11:30am to 10:30pm
Thursday, August 17 – 11:30am to 11:30pm
Friday, August 18 – 11:30am to 11:30pm
Saturday, August 19 – 11:30am to 11:30pm
Sunday, August 20 – CLOSED

We are a small batch Brewery as well Distillery. We have an upstairs Patio that looks out onto Cold Lake, as well as downstairs Patio and inside seating. We have 21 different beers on tap, all of those beers are brewed in the brewery on site. Our beer list is forever changing! We have 5 different types of vodkas, 3 types of Gins and 2 Rums. Dusty is our brewmaster as well as the owner and is always working on new and improved things. Our kitchen is small but just the right size, we have many different options on the menu. Handheld sandwiches, Dips and Appetizers. We love our daily specials, Tuesday is taco Tuesday, Wednesday is Wing Wednesday, Thursday is Nachos & $5 Pints, Fridays is Pitcher Friday and Saturday is Caesar Saturday (on top on Caesars is a rotating appy.) Also we do sell fun merchandise in the restaurant including, T-Shirts, Hoodies, Crewnecks, koozies and beer glasses with our logo on it.

cold lake brewing and distilling chef carolyn forsythCarolyn Forsyth is from Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. She worked as a PEW at a nursing home in Lunenburg, then moved on as a line cook at a Pub & Brewery in Kentville Nova Scotia. Her experience there motivated her to become a chef, attending NSIT to get her Red Seal credentials. She moved to Alberta for work with her husband, and ended up as a Kitchen manager at Clarks Eatery in Cold Lake. She was there for 17 years, moved on to Muster Point as Kitchen Manager, then to Cold Lake Brewery where she remains.

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