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Long Weekend Plans?

Join us on the patio this long weekend!

We're Open:

Friday: 11 am - 9 pm

Saturday: 11 am - 9 pm

Sunday: 1 pm - 6 pm

MONDAY: 11 am - 5 pm

Come and play The Brew Index this long weekend.

Saturday, May 18th

11 am - 9 pm


What is The Brew Index?

Just like the stock market the price of each beer, cider, wine or cocktail changes based on the purchase decisions of the other customers.


Prices move up and down within a $3.00 range every 5 minutes so time your drink purchases accordingly - and watch for a market crash when all of the prices bottom out!


Can you stay ahead of the crowd?


Coming Up @ TWB

Every Thursday 4-8 pm

Kojo's Korner Food Pop-Up

Wangz (like wings but better!), Fresh Cut Fries, Truffle Mac & Cheese, Jollof & more!

Every Friday 4-8 pm

The Lord of the Tacos Food Pop-Up

Vegan, Vegetarian, Gluten-Free & Meat options!

Saturday, May 18th 4-8 pm

Kojo's Korner Food Pop-Up

It's tournament time!

Friday, May 17th @ 6 pm

$20/pair (includes two - 12 oz beers)

Prizes for the top team (& more!)

Wednesday, May 22nd @ 7 pm

Join us for a night of everyone's favourite low-key card game: Euchre!

Games start promptly at 7:00 pm so check in by 6:45 pm! Don't know how to play? Don't worry! Come learn at 6:30 pm!

Ticket includes your first 12oz beer (upgrade to a pint or not-beer at the bar!), and the winner receives a $20 TWB Gift Card! Guaranteed 4 games!

Friday, May 24th, 7-9 pm

Join us for our first Patio Music Series Concert of the year featuring Badunkafunk, a one-man funk band.

It's nostalgic 70s funk music mixed with body-positive and irreverent lyrics - you can't go wrong with this nasty-ass funk.

Our Patio Music Series will run every Friday night from May 24 to August 30. No tickets, PWYC (pay what you can)

It's a bonus Patio Concert!

Saturday, May 25th, 7-9 pm

No tickets, PWYC

Lives Like Skyscrapers is celebrating the release of their debut album "At Dawn We S Goodnight" - they are a 7-piece band based out of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada drawing influences from a range of genres including indie rock, shoegaze, folk, chamber pop and Americana. Lyrically, Ryan Neeb tells stories of grief, anguish, love and passion in an abstract manner. Lives Like Skyscrapers instrumentation delivers undertones of hope and optimism, forging intricate soundscapes and explosive walls of sound.

Tin Constellations - Far above the clouds there are stars made of metal, watching the victories and sorrows of all humanity through glassy portholes. If those satellites could sing with all the passion and tenderness their machine hearts could muster, it might sound like this band. Tin Constellations: making the night sky less lonesome, one anthem at a time.

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