Q: Who is Cured Craft Brewing Co?
A: Cured Craft Brewing Co is proudly owned by Scott & Lisa Bradt. Together, their mission was to transform the brewery into an in-house bistro, showcasing wonderful foods that they sell at their butcher shop (Bradt’s Butcher Block - located across the street). The idea of transforming their location into a brewery came from their new-found love of craft beer and the exciting experience in providing a warm and welcome space for family and friends. Nevertheless, their new venture has been a thrilling and rewarding step in the right direction.
Q: Why Craft Beer?
A: At Cured Craft Brewing Co, we value flavour and quality. Our brewery offers a wide range of brews, and continues to offer diverse flavours based on ingredients, season and demand.
Q: Do you serve food in addition to your beverages?
A: Yes! We pride ourselves on serving seasonally inspired dishes, made fresh everyday with locally sourced ingredients. Check out our menu here (insert link to menu page). Not to mention, our proud certification by FEAST ON, Ontario for our use of local products.
Q: Does your menu offer vegetarian/vegan options?
A: Of course! Our menu always caters to have vegetarian options and we are more than happy to accommodate a dish to any allergy and/or dietary need.
Q: Where are you located?
Q: What are your hours of operation?
A: Hours of operation are as following but are limited to change, due to evolving COVID-19 restrictions.
Tuesday: 11:30 am - 8:00 pm
Wednesday: 11:30 am - 8:00 pm
Thursday: 11:30 am - 8:00 pm
Friday: 11:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Saturday: 12:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Sunday: 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Q: Who is allowed in the brewery?
A: All our welcome to our location! Children must be accompanied a responsible adult. Please keep in mind that we do operate a working factory that can be dangerous for little ones who like to wander. Leashed dogs are welcome on the patio of our brewery, so long as they are not disturbing other guests. Be sure to ask us for a dish of fresh water too!
Q: Is a reservation required to visit the brewery?
A: Reservations aren’t necessary for groups of less than 10 people. If you would like to bring a larger group, or need extra accommodation, please call the taproom at (519) 419-3822.
Q: Is the brewery open to be rented for private events?
A: We do love seeing our visitors and we would love to meet your group. However, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for availability and we will do our best to accommodate you.
Q: Where do I park?
There is plenty of public parking around our brewery. On street parking (2 hour limit) is available on Talbot St. and Mill St. Municipal parking lots (9 hour limit) are located at Fox and Russell St. (use walkway to quickly access Mill St. from this lot) or at Queen and John St.
Q: How can I get in contact with you?
A: Please feel free to reach out directly via phone, email or one of our social media channels if you require any assistance or have any further question.
(Phone) 519 – 419 – 3822
FAQ – About our Products
Q: Do you brew all your own beer on site?
A: Yes! Cured Craft Brewing Co prides its product on every beverage servicing out of our taps. Represented by the Cured label, our beverages are hand crafted in small batches on site, all packaged, labelled, and verified by our amazing brewhouse staff before it gets to you!
Q: Are any of the beer’s gluten-free?
A: Although we wish to accommodate in every way we can, our delicious beer however is not gluten-free.
Q: What are the “floaters” in my beer?
A: The small debris you see circulating in the brew we call “floaters”, are small sediments. Sediments are natural and entirely safe to consume. The presence of such floaters results from a component of the beer’s hops. Together they occasionally bind together with its protein and create the sediment you see. Since some beers are unfiltered and further hoppy, those beers are more likely than others to develop this sediment over time.
In the meantime, you can continue to enjoy the delicious, hoppy beers. We recommend you take the following steps to reduce the transfer of sediment to the glass:
- Store and chill the beer upright (not lying flat) in your fridge. If the beer has recently been transported or laid on its side, set it upright and give it 3-4 hours for the sediment to settle to the bottom of the bottle.
- Always serve the beer in a glass – we suggest a tulip-shaped glass such as the Brussels. Pour slowly, but with enough vigour to create some foam and begin to release the hop aromas. Using one non-stop pour is ideal – if this requires two glasses, have them both ready and be sure not to upright the bottle in between.
- Try not to drain the bottle entirely; leave behind the last ounce or so that is heavy with sediment.
FAQ – Order & Delivery
Q: Where can I find your beer?
A: Our beer can be found across the Windsor-Essex County region, at a variety of licensed establishments. Please refer to the list of our current licensees on our site here.
Q: Can I purchase your beer in the United States?
A: Unfortunately, we are only available in Canada as of right now.
Q: Do you ship outside of Ontario?
A: No, not at this time. Due to strict laws surrounding the exportation of beer, we can only send beer to consumers in Ontario.