Our taproom is located in one Belleville's east end heritage buildings. This beautiful space was built in 1884 but its location actually predates cars and as a result we don't not have an onsite parking lot. Please refer to our parking page to see where lots and street parking are allowed. Parking Information

Holiday Hours

Special Hours:

Occasionally we host events that may close all or part of our taproom or patio. When these events are scheduled we will post details via our events page and on social media.

2024 - Holidays 
Victoria Day  - Mon. May 20 - OPEN
Canada Day - Mon. July 1 - OPEN
Civic Holiday - Mon. Aug 5 - OPEN
Labour Day - Mon. Sept 2 - OPEN

Please check our social media or call us for additional info.

Reservations

We are not able to take reservations during live entertainment events and during peak time periods.
Please call ahead a minimum of 48 hours to enquire about the possibility of a reservation.  

Taproom  & Retail Shop

Have a beer or get some to go!

Located in at the front of our building, on the corner of Church and Dundas St. This fully accessible heritage space is the perfect place to drink great beer with great people. With seating for about 40 this intimate space encourages you to pull up a chair at our beautiful bar, table or tuck yourself in the the nook to play a game of cards with a friend. 

Did you know you are welcome to bring own food or takeaway into the brewery? It's true!  
We don't have a kitchen on site but we do have food trucks visiting us regularly, we do have light meal specials prepared for us by local food providers, soft pretzels made by  locally as well a variety of prepacked snacks. Please check out our events page for details on food truck and pop up food events, as well as information about upcoming entertainment. 

We now offer a small selection of wine and local cider . We also have an number of non-alcoholic options including pop, juice and non-alcoholic beer.

Regular Business Hours

Sun
12pm-6pm
Mon
12pm-8pm
Tue
12pm-8pm
Wed
12pm-10pm
Thu
12pm-10pm
Fri
12pm-10pm
Sat
12pm-10pm
Please be aware that as the seasons change so do our hours.

Porch & Patio

Our porch and parking lot patio are open!

It's official the warmer temperatures have arrived.  The parking lot patio and porch are open but please be aware our outside spaces are only partially covered.

With a mix of tables, picnic tables, spindles and stools as well as relaxing Muskoka chairs no matter what sort of relaxing you have in mind we got ya! There is a mix of full sun spots as well as shade provided by awnings and our gazebo. 

Please feel free to call us to check what's open.

Our Policies

Harassment - Under the Ontario Human Rights Code, every person has the right to be free from harassment and discrimination. Harassment and discrimination in any and all forms will not be tolerated, condoned or ignored at Meyers Creek Brewing. 

Pets - All pet friends are welcome to sit with their people outside on the porch or patio as long as they are leashed. Pets are also welcome to accompany their owners into the retail space to pick up beer but not to stay in the taproom. 

Food - At this time Meyers Creek doesn’t have a kitchen and is not able to prepare food in house. We do offer food from visiting food trucks and local providers and you are more than welcome to bring your own food to the brewery.

PHOTO RELEASE: Unless Meyers Creek Brewing staff are otherwise notified of a request, all visitors grant permission to Meyers Creek Brewing Company to utilize any photograph, motion picture or video recording, taken by owners or staff, at any time during the guests visit for the purposes of marketing our brewery and its products.

   60 Dundas Street East, Belleville, Ontario K8N 1B8        613-707-7258

Meyers Creek Brewing is located on the traditional territory of the Huron-Wendat, the Anishnaabeg, and the Haudenosaunee people. Our location is directly adjacent to the Mohawk Territory of Tyendinaga and we recognize all of the Nations of Indigenous Peoples living in our community. We honour and celebrate these traditional lands and acknowledge our shared obligation to respect, honour, and sustain these lands and the natural resources contained within.