Church-Key Brewing Co.

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At Church-Key Brewing, we take pride in producing authentic ales while supporting our local communities. In order to support our communities better during this trying time, we are now offering online sales for home delivery.

Celebrate Burns Week with a pint of Holy Smoke Scotch Ale

Burns Night is annually celebrated in Scotland (and at Church-Key!) on or around January 25. It commemorates the life of the bard Robert Burns, who was born on January 25, 1759.

This year, in celebration of Burns’ contributions to Scottish culture, we have created a Church-Key retelling of his classic poem, Bill o’ Shanter. Sláinte!

Bill’s thirst for beer leads him to the abandoned pub and a devilish party held by the ghosts and ghouls of pints past! Inspired by the bard himself; Robbie Burns!
We are proud of what we do.
Producing authentic ales, made and served by real people.
We support our communities by choosing local ingredients and suppliers whenever possible. We find ways to innovate in brewing and service, while respecting the longstanding traditions of these professions.
We embrace our history.
A pioneer in the craft beer industry.
Founded in 2000 by John Graham, Church-Key was the first microbrewery in picturesque Northumberland County, situated in an 1878 Methodist Church on the outskirts of Campbellford, Ontario.
We are Church-Key Brewing Company.
And we never compromise on quality.

We never compromise on quality.

We take pride in producing authentic ales while supporting our local communities. Our beer is made by real people, using only the highest quality local ingredients. You want the best, and that’s what we brew. 

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The Bard of Ayrshire

It's Robbie Burns Week!

Celebrate with a pint of authentic peat-smoked Holy Smoke Scotch Ale.