A small charming brewery nestled in Huron County, 5km E of Bayfield. Their german-style beer is brewed with top quality ingredients. They use one of the finest Canadian 2-row malted barley, SAAZ hops that trace their heritage back to the noble hops of Czechoslovakia, and their water from a 250 ft deep well.
Currently, Stone House Produces their flagship Pilsner and delicious Dark Lager.
Stone House Pilsner is a true Czech Pilsner beer. Crystal clear and deep golden in colour. A very crisp, clean approachable and refreshing pilsner with light straw grass and mild malt grain finish. Only the best SAAZ hops are used in the brewing of this beer to compliment its flavour and aroma. Exceptionally easy drinking Czech Pilsner with good levels of bitterness.
When out in Huron County, be sure to stop by Stone House or make a great little road trip and stop at nearby breweries: Bad Apple Brewing, Cowbell, Half Hours on Earth, and so many more.
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