Good Things Update

An update to let you know how our second quarter fundraising efforts went for the Help Us Help Ukraine organization and our third quarter charity choice.

Between April and June, we raised $1,240 through tasting room glass sales that will be donated to Help Us Help Ukraine. Thanks for helping us support this important organization.

For our next quarter, we’re choosing a local organization that provides vital support to multiple Lower Mainland communities.

Between July and September, we will be raising funds for The Purpose Society, a non-profit based in New Westminster who provide a variety of social, health and educational programs together with a continuum of other services.

Sincere thanks to our patrons for their continued support that helps us give back to this wonderful community we share.

Much love,

Team S&O

PS: You may have seen a heart with an S&O in middle adorn a piece of merchandise, a beer label, or a sign at the brewery. This heart signifies Good Things, an initiative that we have started at Steel & Oak to give back to the community we love. When you see anything with the Good Things logo on it you know that proceeds from that item are going to a local charity.

SO8 – S&O’s 8th Anniversary Party

We’re back! The unofficial kickoff to summer is June 26th! That’s right, we’re turning 8 this year and we want you to party with us.

Here are the details:


Time: 12PM-5PM

Location: 1319 Third Ave. New Westminster (enter behind the brewery)

Food: Sirius Craving Smash Burgers, Top Rope Birria Tacos, Rocky Point Ice Cream, and Tin Lizzy Concessions.

Drinks: Beer from yours truly, wine from Pacific Breeze, cider, and of course some homemade lemonade for the kids.

Entertainment: DJ Social Medium + Prag O Matic, kids activities, lawn games, and more!

Entry is free and tickets are not required. We will have beer tokens for purchase and all food and partner vendors will operate their own point of sale systems.

Our Tasting Room will be open for To-Go and merchandise sales only. But you’ll want to be out back with all your friends anyways.

We hope you walk, bike, take transit or Uber to the party, but if you or a designated driver decides to take 4 wheels we will have added parking this year for ease of access.

Keep checking back here for more details leading up to the big day. If you want to join the conversation you can hop on our Facebook Event Page, or follow along via Instagram.

See you on the 26th!

A big thanks to our signage sponsors Royal Labels! Follow the Royal Labels signs to beer, tokens, parking, everything!!!

SO8 Party MapSO8 Beer Guide SO8 Parking Guide

S&O Good Things Charity Update

S&O logo inside a heart

Hello Friends!

An update to let you know how our first quarter fundraising efforts went for the New West Hospice Society and our second quarter choice.

Between January and March, we raised $1,374.70 through tasting room glass sales that will be donated to the New West Hospice Society. Thanks for your support in helping this wonderful organization.

For our next quarter, we wanted to show solidarity with the vibrant and strong Ukrainian community here in New Westminster and support local organizations fundraising efforts like Kozak Eatery and Holy Eucharist Ukrainian Church. Between April and June, we will be raising funds for Help Us Help Ukraine, a Canadian organization sending direct aid to those in need.

Sincere thanks to our patrons for their continued support for helping us give back to this wonderful community.

Much love,

Team S&O

PS: You may have seen a heart with an S&O in middle adorn a piece of merchandise, a beer label, or a sign at the brewery. This heart signifies Good Things, an initiative that we have started at Steel & Oak to give back to the community we love. When you see anything with the Good Things logo on it you know that proceeds from that item are going to a local charity.

Expansion Disruptions

It seemed impossible. A day that would never come. But here we are, approved permits in hand, ready to get to work!

What’s the plan, you ask? Excellent question!

We’re expanding the tasting room and washrooms so we can accommodate more guests and hopefully reduce our weekend wait-time.

Constructions begins Monday, April 4th.

The plan is to temporarily operate on reduced hours during the week, opening at 4pm. On weekends, we’ll operate normal hours.

The goal is to minimize disruptions and be done within 4 weeks but, well, best laid plans and all that.

We will keep our social media up to date with any updates as they come and do our best to keep you in the loop as we adapt to whatever may arise in the next month.

Thanks, in advance, for you patience and understanding. It’s appreciated!

Temporary Hours

  • Mon – Fri : 4 -10pm
  • Sat : 12 – 10pm
  • Sun : 12 – 9pm

Construction will start Monday, April 4th and we will continue to update the progress and any service disruptions on Instagram and Facebook.

We’re Hiring // Tasting Room Team Member


Join our team! We’re a busy little space and we’re looking for someone who enjoys pouring beers, playing records, and connecting with our community.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Greeting and seating our customers
  • Pouring beers
  • Filling growlers
  • Flipping records
  • Chatting with folks
  • General cleaning
  • Working the POS system


Previous serving experience and beer knowledge is a bonus but not a requirement. We’ll get you ready for the gig.

If you think you’d be a good fit, please send your resume to: with the subject line: TASTING ROOM TEAM.

Steel & Oak is committed to being an inclusive space. We encourage anyone interested and qualified to apply.

Good Things – A Charity Initiative

S&O logo inside a heart

You may have seen a heart with an S&O in middle adorn a piece of merchandise, a beer label, or a sign at the brewery.

This heart signifies Good Things, an initiative that we have started at Steel & Oak to give back to the community we love.

When you see anything with the Good Things logo on it you know that proceeds from that item are going to a local charity.

From January through March our Good Things charity of choice is the New West Hospice Society.

Ten cents from every glass of beer we sell in the Tasting Room for those months will be donated directly to them so that they can continue to “work to build a community where death is no longer hidden or whispered about; where people know what to say and do to be supportive; where residents can die with dignity; and family and friends can grieve well.”

Thank you to everyone who has supported our Good Things initiatives in the past, and if you’d like to learn more about how you can assist the New West Hospice Society, please visit their website to learn more.


Say bye to Brian’s hair, for charity!

Brian swinging his long hair.

For 7 years the scent of Pantene Pro-V Ultimate Ten shampoo and conditioner has floated throughout our brewery.

Sadly that time is coming to an end.

I’ll let Brian take it from here and let you know why he’s decided to trim off 30 inches of luxurious locks.

– Jorden

“7 Years ago, I started working for Steel & Oak Brewing Co. and started growing my hair. Both changed my life.

Recently, there has been so much negativity in this world. I wanted to do something good and positive while I have the opportunity.  I’ve decided to cut my hair to donate, as well as to raise money for two organizations that are very close to my heart; Wigs for Kids BC, and Diversity in Brewing.

“Diversity in Brewing is a grassroots initiative dedicated to celebrating and supporting diversity in the craft beer industry.”

As a person of Asian descent, I have experienced racism firsthand my whole life. Although there has been a prevalence of sexism/discrimination in beer, there are also many amazing people.

People who make beer out of love, who support other breweries and are always willing to lend a helping hand, who care about and support their communities, who are quick to stand up against negativity and support the good.

It’s the first industry I have been a part of where people have genuinely looked past the colour of my skin, and I am proud to be a part of it.

When I first started working in the beer industry, I was surrounded by a lot of beards. I jokingly (but also factually) said I couldn’t grow a beard so I would grow my hair out instead. My plan was to grow my hair out for 6 months, then cut a sweet mullet. Once my hair started getting longer, I decided to grow it until it was long enough to donate. It ended up being a lot longer than planned (over 30 inches)!

Children with cancer are some of the bravest, most courageous human beings on this planet and I am happy to have this small opportunity to contribute.

I have set up a link to donate directly to Wigs for Kids BC. My goal is to raise $2000 to go alongside my hair donation. You can donate directly HERE.

We have also created a beer called B-Jamz as a fundraiser. Partial proceeds from this can, as well as partial proceeds from all glass sales in our tasting room for the month of December will be donated to the Diversity In Brewing Award – an annual scholarship with Kwantlen Polytechnic University to support BIPOC and LGBTQ2S+ brewing students.

Details to come for the cut in January.

Thank you all for all your support and love!

– Brian”

The Commute Collab

Studio Brewing and Steel & Oak collab logo

When our friends at Studio Brewing decided to open their doors, we started the countdown to our first collab with our new neighbours.
What better way to celebrate the short commute between us than with a home and away collaboration brew? But what to make? A lager, obviously. But what kind?

It so happens that in Germany, Cologne (Köln), home of the Kölsch and Dusseldorf, where Altbier reigns supreme, are just a short commute away from each other; 40 mins down the Autobahn.

And that’s called inspiration: An S&O Kölsch and a Studio Brewing Altbier, just a short Commute away. 

We brewed The Commute Kölsch with Heidelberg Pilsner malt for a crisp, clean taste. We added German nobel hops (Perle, Spalter Select and Hersbrucker) to bring a floral, herbal and pleasingly spicy aroma to the table. Fermented cold with a traditional Kölsch yeast, subtle fruity esters linger on the finish before disappearing before the next sip.

On Sunday October 3rd we will be launching The Commute Kolsch at S&O and Studio will launch The Commute Altbier at their brewery. We encourage you to take the commute between our two breweries as both will have food trucks, beer, music and some little bonus swag items to go with your Commute cans.

At Studio:

  • The Commute Altbier Cans
  • Both beers on tap
  • S&O x Studio Buttons
  • Live Music
  • Taps And Tacos Food Truck

At S&O:

  • The Commute Kolsch Cans
  • Both beers on tap
  • Studio x S&O Stickers
  • Vinyl Always
  • Burgerholic Food Truck

We’ve created a handy map to show you how to either, walk, bike, transit, or drive between Studio and Steel & Oak so that you can commute on Sunday, or any other day of the week!

Get Wet with S&O and ABC

Water balloons hitting people in the face


Hey folks with the Thursday looking like it’s going to be cold and wet (and not the fun kind of wet) we’ve decided to postpone the Water Frolic until a sunnier time.

Thanks for understanding.

Team S&O and ABC

Our friends at ABC have challenged us to a friendly duel of water prowess and we want you to join us!

Bring your friends and family (yes this is family friendly) to Hume Park on Thursday, August 26th for what we’re hoping will be the largest Water Fight Frolic New West has ever seen!


Time: 5PM-Dusk

Date: Thursday August 26th

Location: Hume Park

Bring: Water spraying devices, sponges, picnic blanket, picnic dinner, beverages, swim suit.

A reminder that Hume Park is licensed so you can bring a couple ABC or S&O beers with you. We have also set up a “Park Delivery” option on our online store so you can order beer directly to the Water Fight Frolic.

How to?

  • Order beer like normal
  • Enter in your address
  • Click “ship”
  • Select Hume Park!

Boom, your beer will be delivered for free and cold to Hume Park for 5PM on August 26th! Just look for the S&O tent for pick up.

For now, mark your calendar, contact your friends, wrangle up the kids, and join us for a family friendly evening of beer, laughter, and getting wet.

The S&O Guide to Licensed Parks in New West

We made a digital guide of licensed parks in New West for you to enjoy a beer in this summer!

The City of New Westminster has licensed specific areas in 7 parks around the Royal City. We’ve created a handy digital map and beer pairing guide for you to download below!

Just click the images and save them to your phone.

Remember to tag us in your #NWParkBeers photos @steelandoak to be featured and automatically entered to win some sweet prizes!

If you need to re up on your New West Park Beers, you can always order at!

Licensed Parks in New West Map
Licensed Parks in New West Beer Pairing Guide

#NWParkBeers can be enjoyed until dusk at the 7 designated parks.

The City of New Westminster will be displaying signage around the parks so that you can easily identify if you are in the proper area for public beer enjoyment!

Please enjoy responsibly and fingers crossed that licensed parks in New West could be come a permanent fixture in our city!

Sustainable Fish Now Available at Steel & Oak

Skipper Otto at Steel & Oak

We’re super excited to partner with a rad company called Skipper Otto.

Skipper Otto is transforming the seafood industry. They cut out the “middle person” to provide members with complete transparency around what their fishing families are catching, where, and how.

They’re keeping independent small-scale fishing alive in BC’s coastal and Indigenous communities, protecting our valuable ocean resources, and ensuring customers have direct access to wild, sustainable, totally traceable seafood.

Here is how it works!

  1. Members sign up and pay before the fishing season starts to secure a share of the catch and to support small-scale fishing families.
  2. Skipper Otto works with independent fishing families, who hit the seas knowing they’ve got a guaranteed market for their catch, and are fully supported by fair, living wages. They catch only what is abundant and sustainable that fishing season.
  3. Members take their pick of the catch by placing an order online, choosing from Skipper Otto’s selection of sustainable, 100% traceable seafood.
  4. Members pick up their order from Community Partner locations across Canada, like Steel & Oak!

Sign up here so that you can conveniently pick up your seafood with your beer at S&O!

What is ZOIGL? Look for the Zoiglstern to find out!

What is a Zoigl? Well, it’s a historical experience.

The name Zoigl is from the Franconian vernacular for “sign.”

In Franconian home brewing, a Zoigl was a six-pointed blue-white star, shaped from two triangles similar to a Star of David. 

In northeastern Bavaria during medieval times every landowner had the right to brew their own beer at home. Zoigl would often be brewed in a communal brewhouse and each brewer would then take some home to ferment in their own cellar.

When the beer was ready they would put up that 6 pointed star which they referred to as a Zoiglstern. This signified to neighbours and passers by that the beer was ready to drink and folks would just walk into these homes and enjoy Zoiglbier until it was gone.

Zoigl is a form of Kellerbier but with highly kilned malt, giving it an amber colour and a malt forward flavour. It’s less hop forward than a traditional Bavarian Kellerbier but still has a refreshing bitterness on the finish.

We invite you to our living room (at the brewery) to try our version of Zoigl while it lasts!

Pipsqueak Small IPA

Limited Release: 02/04/21 – 473ml cans / On Tap in the Tasting Room

Brewed with Marris Otter, Pilsner, Oats and Wheat, Pipsqueak Small IPA was dry hopped with Motueka, Azzaca and Loral.

Notes of lime zest and pineapple are prevalent with a blooming garden, lightly herbaceous undertone. Medium-light body and refreshing, juicy finish. Rawr.

Pipsqueak is available in the Tasting Room, Online, and is shipping to Liquor Stores across BC!

Steel & Oak COVID-19 Safety Plan

We are committed to follow all the guidelines mandated by WorkSafeBC and the official Public Health Order. The plan includes our increased safety protocols and required usage of PPE.

Our goal is to create a workplace that is aware and responsive to changing needs as a result of COVID-19. Our awareness and diligence will help reduce the risk of person-to-person transmission. 

  1. Reducing the number of people in the business at one time and creating more space between customers and staff.
  2. Adding physical barriers where it is difficult to maintain physical distancing. Providing PPE and training staff on proper usage.
  3. Establishing the new guidelines, rules and cleaning regiments and train staff accordingly.


To reduce the risk of person to person transmission we will:

  • reduce the number of customers to maintain 6ft distancing at all times
  • provide sanitization stations for customers and staff to use before service and after using washroom
  • wear Personal Protective Equipment (mask, visor, gloves)
  • not hug, shake hands or any other physical contact
  • place markers on floor for safe distancing
  • post directions to inform customers of proper procedures
  • assign tables to customers and seat based on first come, first served
  • seat customers when all guests in the party have arrived
  • enforce all limitations in a respectful manner
  • Serve tables instead of bar self-service
  • have a dedicated service spot at every table
  • stand back at least 3 feet from table when speaking to guests
  • touch only the bottom third of the glass when serving
  • place drinks on dedicated service space at table and guests will reach for their drinks after server steps away.
  • have 2m distance markers for take home counter
  • have marker on floor for 1 person only to wait for washroom
  • keep doors and windows open when possible to allow fresh air into our space
  • clean and sanitize every table, seat and menu between guests


Routine cleaning and sanitizing will be integral to prevent further infections. To ensure our commitment to the safety of our staff and customers we are only using Health Canada approved chemicals for cleaning and sanitizing. Our glasswasher has been calibrated to dispense the required amount of chemicals to properly neutralize any potential viruses or bacteria. Our promise for continued safety is that we will:

  • sanitize credit/debit pin pads after each use
  • sanitize the fridge door handle after each use
  • sanitize POS system, tap handles, music equipment and common use items regularly and particularly when staff change positions
  • clean and sanitize each table, chair and menu after customer use
  • clean and sanitize washroom every 30 minutes
  • regularly sanitize common areas throughout the workday
  • thoroughly clean and sanitize every surface at the end of each day


We have educated all our staff on proper hygiene, sneeze and cough etiquette as well as knowing the signs and symptoms of Covid-19. To ensure staff is healthy and able to create a pleasant experience, they will:

  • stay home if they have experienced any symptoms of Covid-19 or signs of illness and self-isolate
  • inform us immediately and stay home if they have had close exposure to any person positively diagnosed with Covid-19
  • self-isolate after travelling
  • wash and sanitize after arriving to work, taking a break, using the washroom, handle garbage, touching personal phone, eat, smoke, cough, sneeze, blow nose or touching shared equipment or any surface that may be contaminated. Proper hand washing techniques are posted at each available sink.
  • avoid scratching or touching hair, eyes, nose, mouth and face with unwashed hands
  • wear required PPE and ensure that they will not touch face because of discomfort or heat and will keep their PPE clean and sanitized
  • not share any PPE items
  • take care if wearing gloves to not touch face with gloved hands, change them regularly, remove them carefully, dispose of them immediately and wash hands afterwards

To ensure our staff is healthy and happy, we will:

  • have regular conversations regarding health and safety with them to address all concerns so we can improve our Covid-19 response where needed
  • have resource information on Covid-19, bullying and mental health and wellness accessible
  • make sure all visitors for deliveries and service are recorded to assist with tracking in our delivery log
  • actively monitor our social media and guest feedback online and in person to ensure we are not experiencing any backlash or negative engagement with customers
  • manage any difficult situations that may arise accordingly and support the staff during this transition time


We are so pleased to have our guests join us again and have a few guidelines to make your visit pleasant and safe. To ensure your safety and physical distancing we ask that you are aware of these changes:

  • hand sanitizing stations have been provided on the patio, by the door, the washroom and the to go counter for you to sanitize upon entering and leaving the area
  • groups will be limited to a maximum of 6
  • a host/hostess will greet you and assign a table for your group
  • a server will come and take your order once you are settled
  • please stay seated unless you need to use the washroom
  • only one person may wait in the designated spot for washroom
  • customers required to wait must keep the appropriate 2m distancing
  • customers purchasing to go items will wait in a separate location to those waiting to be seated
  • to minimize contact we ask that you dispose of your own trash in the bins provided
  • one person in your group to be a health contact and register with first, last name and phone number
  • practice safe physical distancing at all times

We are confident that with all of us following these safety precautions, we will all be able to ensure a pleasant experience every visit. Thank you for being patient and considerate of our staff and other guests as we navigate these un-certain times together. We appreciate you and wish you the very best.

Steel & Oak Brewing Co.

Next Steps

At Steel & Oak, we’ve always been proud to be an open and inclusive company and space. A place that all people can be comfortable regardless of the colour of your skin. In taking some time to think since #blackouttuesday I’ve realized that we’ve become complacent. As soon as you think the problem doesn’t apply to you or your business because you’re “not a racist”, you’ve already lost the plot. We recognize this and will change.

This isn’t a short process. It’s a committed journey to education and taking actionable steps to ensure that Black Lives Matter and that our company and we as human beings never stop working towards the society we want to live in.

Steel & Oak Brewing Co. may have Company at the end of its name, but the reality is we are a small group of people who want to contribute and improve our community. We are making the commitment to do better and encourage our fellow members in the craft beer industry to do the same.

What good are words, or social media posts, without action? Action that we as a company and community advocates need to be held accountable to. We have started a company BIPOC Action Group. This group will put yearly and quarterly action items in place to ensure that our company is working towards constant learning and improvement and we will share those steps and action items with you here.

Here are our first steps:

  • Create an internal BIPOC Action Group to create yearly and quarterly goals each year that our company needs to achieve.
  • Review our hiring policies and procedures to ensure that they are inclusive and encourage BIPOC to apply.
  • Staff training on how to confront unconscious bias and how to be an active ally to all BIPOC.
  • Continue to donate to BIPOC organizations as we recognize that action and progress need financial support.
  • Commit to updating this page on what our next goals and action items are and keep you looped in so that you can feel confident you’re supporting a company that walks the walk.

This is just our first step. We understand it is our responsibility to do the work and continually educate ourselves and our team. We also welcome any information, dialogue or resources that you may feel are helpful to improving the lives and opportunities of Black, Indigenous and People of Colour. Thank you in advance.

Please continue to donate to and support your local charities, initiatives and businesses run by the BIPOC in your community to the best of your means.

Black Lives Matter. Let’s change.


SO5 – Steel & Oak’s Fifth Anniversary

Steel & Oak Fifth Anniversary

*This Blog Post will be updated leading up to SO5 on Sunday July 7th*

SO5 – Steel & Oak’s Fifth Anniversary Party

Here are the details on our upcoming party!

  • Date: Sunday, July 7th
  • Time: 1PM-6PM
  • Location: Behind the Brewery
  • Space: We’re taking over the entire parking lot this year and have occupancy for 1,000. Previous years we’ve only had occupancy for 500 so you should get in quick and without lining up.
  • Line Ups: There will be less of them. We’ll have more token stations, more pouring staff, and you can buy food direct from vendors instead of committing to it beforehand. This should alleviate the “great lineup situation of 2018”. We’re also open for an extra 2 hours so people will likely filter in throughout the day rather than the made rush of previous years.
  • Beer: We will have 3 Beer Stations:
    • Flagship Station: Simple Things Pilsner, Royal City Ale, Red Pilsner, Roselle Wheat Ale, Dark Lager
    • Limited Station: Vibrant Things Tropical Pale, Lumena Saison w/ Timut & Lemon zest, Marzen, Meantime India Pale Ale
    • Anniversary Station: Smoked Hefeweizen, 999 Brett Pilsner, Funf DIPA, Sapperton Sour Red Lager w/ raspberries.
  • Food: We will have 4 food options this year including; Big Day BBQ, Down Low Chicken Shack, Big Shucker Oysters, and Earnest Ice Cream. Both Big Day and Down Low will have vegan options as well.
  • Kids: There will be our famous S&O Lemonade for the kidlets as well as an improved kids area with less sketchy bouncing and more interactive fun.
  • Merch: Also new for this year, our Tasting Room will be delicensed and turned into a SO5 merch and bottle shop. We’ve got some new gear just for the anniversary and some cellared beers that will also be available for purchase.

Looking forward to seeing you on Sunday July 7th from 1-6 for an afternoon of beer, food, music and your neighbours all hanging out at Steel & Oak!



Hideaway India Pale Ale

Hideaway India Pale Ale

Behind the Beer // Hideaway India Pale Ale

Our Head Brewer Eric has been messing around with yeast blends recently. An IPA we released in November called Homebody was fermented with one of these blends. We really liked how Homebody turned out as the yeast profile gave it an added layer of depth. However, one of the things we wanted to tweak for Hideaway was to turn down the banana notes that were in Homebody and turn up the dryness.
We like hazy IPAs just as much as the next person but we prefer them when they finish a little dry. Juicy up front, dry in the back, like a beer mullet of sorts. That is exactly what this latest IPA is! Brewed with Pilsner malt, rye, flaked oats and dry hopped with Vic Secret, Azacca, and Simcoe, Hideaway has tropical notes of pineapple, mango and tangerine with a hint of pine. It pours hazy and finishes dry and with a touch of spice.

Behind the Label // Hideaway India Pale Ale

Kevin gave Sami the design brief: “Thinking like a “Cabin in the woods” kinda vibe for this one. Something that makes you feel like you’re getting away from it all. Just chilling with a great beer and relaxing without a care in the world.”

Sami hit us back with: “The first two are more literal versions of a hideaway/cabin in the woods.  Option 1 the idea is that the words are almost hiding throughout the woods and option 2 is inspired by camping/outdoor badge shapes. Option 3 and 4 are more abstract takes on a hideaway.”

Hideaway designs

We felt that Option 1 was what we were looking for and rolled with it.

Hideaway India Pale Ale is available in the Tasting Room and shipping out to the Interior and Island, so keep an eye out homies.


Talanoa – S&O Women’s Charity Brew

Women's Brew

On February 3rd, the women of Steel & Oak brewed Talanoa, our second Women’s Charity Brew.

Talanoa is the Fijian word for sharing stories and ideas in order to nurture understanding and build relationships. Those experiencing mental health and wellness challenges often lose relationships, as well as the ability to share their stories without discrimination. In order to change the stigma around mental health, we need to start talking freely and without judgement. The women of Steel & Oak encourage you to share your mental health story.

Our launch event and fundraiser will be taking place on March 7th, at Sapperton District Taphouse from 6:00pm onwards. There will be a fantastic silent auction, raffle prizes, food and beer pairings, and even a Talanoa beer soap to purchase, made by our friends at Peregrine Supply Co.

Last year, the first annual Women’s Charity Brew and Fundraiser raised over $3,500 for our selected charity. This year, we are hoping to raise even more for our chosen non-profit organization: The Kettle Society.

The Kettle Society supports people living with mental illness to lead healthier lives by:
-Providing housing, employment, advocacy and support services
-Raising awareness of mental health issues and breaking down barriers
-Promoting the inclusion of people living with mental illness in all aspects of society

Designed and brewed by the women of Steel & Oak, Talanoa was conditioned on black currant puree and rosemary. Pouring a striking bright red colour from the black currants Talanoa has aromatic notes of fresh gooseberry, passionfruit, and floral qualities of carnations and roses. A sweet earthy taste with a hint of rosemary and pine, Talanoa was fermented with an American Ale yeast so it finishes clean and fruity.

650ml bottles of Talanoa will be available for purchase at the Steel and Oak tasting room and local liquor stores.

Partial proceeds from Talanoa beer sales will be donated to The Kettle Society as well as all proceeds raised during our silent auction, raffle and soap sale.

We hope to see you there!