Every great neighbourhood needs a public house, and Biercraft, another new arrival to Wesbrook Village, delivers that and a whole lot more. With more than 120 craft beers in stock, and 32 beers on tap, the craft revolution is amply represented here. Biercraft has a special emphasis on Belgian beers, but strong representation from local brews.
Meanwhile, the menu is also excellent, serving up fresh and local fare over weekend brunch (solid classics like eggs benny, waffles, pancakes), lunch (homemade burgers, soups, pulled pork sandwiches and their signature mussels), and dinner, which features a French-inspired bistro menu. (There’s also a tapas menu to complement the extensive beer offering.) The wine list is incredible, too, with sommelier Mark Taylor curating the vintages.
Every Biercraft location is different, and this one is expressly designed for Wesbrook Village, with a nice big patio facing Norman Mackenzie square, and plenty of room at the bar, as well as a 55-seat dining room. It even has its own logo totem: the bison, a signature of this location.