Kilter 2.0: Our Very Own Brewery & Taproom


We finally have THE news.
We can't hold the big secret any longer. We're so happy to finally share that we have secured our new forever home minutes from the city centre of Winnipeg in the historic Franco-Manitoban community of Saint-Boniface.

450 Rue Deschambault

 

 

 

We've experienced many great highs and lows these past few years, namely the securing (and subsequent loss) of our previous would-be home between June 2017 to mid 2018. During our next chapter, we spent an incredible amount of time searching all corners of the city to find a new home until we eventually stumbled on the one.

With nearly another full year of planning and due diligence, we're so excited to finally reveal that we're moving ahead with this new location! 

Our new neighbourhood brewery & taproom will be nestled at the end of the quiet Rue Deschambault in Saint-Boniface along the peaceful Seine River where we will create our own little paradise. Our vision is to design a very welcoming, fun, and laid-back space to disconnect from the world around us and to enjoy moments of a simpler life. A happy place for everyone. 

 

 

 

Elevated Beer

Having our own space will give us the freedom to explore an infinite range of beer styles, brewing techniques, and analytical experimentation.

From the new, fun, and inventive styles all the way back to the rustic old-world traditions of wood, mixed, and spontaneous fermentation (we are located along the Rivière Seine after all.)

We'll simply brew what we love.

 

Timeline

We're pushing incredibly hard for quick progress on the planning and buildout of our new space all while maintaining our current operations to keep the Juicii flowing around town.

So, when will we open? We're planning to open our taproom to the public in early 2020!!!

We can't wait to have you all come visit us in our very own taproom soon. Until then, follow our InstagramTwitter, and Facebook to tag along for the journey!

 

Santé!

 

 

 

Street of Riches

"Could we ever know each other in the slightest without the arts?"
 
Fun Fact: Famed and influential Franco-Manitoban author Gabrielle Roy was born and raised down the same street we're setting our roots in. Her home is now a museum with tours available to the public. She has written a wealth of literature including the novel Rue Deschambault (Street of Riches).