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We brew small-batch, unfiltered Ontario craft beer out of Brunswick Bierworks in Toronto.  

We've never had ambitions of becoming the biggest craft brewery in Ontario—but we do have ambitions of crafting the best beer in Ontario.

Our Beer

The following beers are available year-round in the GTA. 

504 Pale Ale

5.3% ABV, 33 IBU

504 Pale Ale is an American-style pale ale, brewed and heavily dry-hopped with Citra and Czech Saaz hops. It is a sessionable ale with loads of fruity hop flavour and aroma that does not fatigue the palate.

Awards: Bronze Medal, Ontario Brewing Awards; Top Five Pale Ale, Ontario Craft Beer Guide


5.1% ABV, 9 IBU 

Gosebuster is an accessible version of the German style of wheat beer, gose. It's brewed with toasted coriander, sea salt, and generous amount of fresh grapefruit zest. The acidity is punchy, but not puckering. The salt plays a supporting role, while grapefruit takes the main stage.

Awards: Gold Medal, ALES Open Homebrew Competition

Black Blessing

7.7% ABV, 53 IBU

Black Blessing is a rich, chocolate stout, with enough hop bitterness to keep it balanced. The sharpness of the roast is followed by a smooth, complex wave of chocolate, and finally cleansed by earthy, spicy hop notes.

Awards: Gold Medal, Toronto Beer Week Homebrew Competition; Silver Medal, Ontario Brewing Awards 

The Team

Meet the people behind Liberty Village Brewing Company.

Eric Emery

Eric Emery holding a glass of beer

Eric started homebrewing in 2010 after moving to Toronto from Vancouver and being disappointed with the craft beer selection in Ontario. Since he couldn't buy the beers he wanted to drink, he took matters into his own hands learned how to brew them instead.

Favourite styles of beer: IPA, lambic, barley wine, imperial stout, dry-hopped sour, flanders red, quad, pilsner

Casandra Campbell

Casandra Campbell pouring beer

Casandra will do whatever needs to get done so Eric can keep brewing incredible beer. She is also famous for inventing the Triple Sock Method™ and has never had a bottle break while flying with beer.

Favourite styles of beer: sour, Vermont IPA

Kosta Viglatzis 

Kosta Viglatzis pouring beer

Kosta always has a smile on his face and will do just about anything for a greasy sandwich. You can find Kosta around Toronto lugging kegs and pulling pints. He's famous for drinking another brewery's beer at our launch party (he claims it's so that we wouldn't run out). 

Favourite styles of beer: pale ale, stout