What's in the garage.

India Session Ale - Let's go Amarillo. It's true because it rhymes.


An easy drinking light bodied hop-stravaganza.

Blonde - malty and lightly stung with hops.


I like a light summer beer, with a body just big enough to tantalize the palate and enough hops for the nose.

Canadian Pale Ale - Hoppy front, malty rear.


People always talk about a northeast IPA: well, this is our answer. Aromatic hoppy and malty on the tongue.

Oatmeal Stout - dark chocolaty, but smoooth.


Take a walk on the dark side - chocolate and crystal malts make this a beer with all the right curves and twists. 

Limited Release

Best Bitter


The heavy lifter of the British working pub pint.  This is bitter in name only, amber and balanced with notes of toffee. At only 3.8% ABV you will find this session beer refreshing. 

Yup! The Bitter is Back on in the tap room!


Hazy IPA Craft Beer Local Locavore

Our latest hazy IPA is a Hallertau Blanc and Callista bittered IPA with a dry hopped Callista finish.  It has a zest lemony aroma and pallet with just the right balance between the bittering and the dry hopping.  

Come get it while it lasts!

Green Goblin Irish Red


With a balance or roasted malts and roasted barley, this creamy headed ale is a classic old world favorite.  A dark amber body and gentle hop bitterness lend themselves to a very sessionable beer.  

Never Biscuits to a Bear.

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Blue Berry Cuda is a Summer Ale fermented with local valley blueberry honey.  Don't think sweet: the honey goes in before fermentation, where the yeast get their party on and turn the honey into a very sessionable alcohol content with a very pleasant bouquet of mangoes, honeycomb, and blueberry.

Coming back to the valley mid summer!



We always like to offer something Fresh!

In addition to our core beers, small block always likes to offer some seasonal beers.  

We are currently serving our third collaboration beer with the Cowichan green Community (CGC). The CGC is a food security non-profit that gleans food from bakeries, restaurants, grocery stores before it goes into the waste stream.

Together, the CGC and SBB have been working with local bakeries and mashing bread into our beer to make some awesome brews.