Come join runner and Team Diabetes member Gerry Mann for a 50-minute session of running and butt kickin' activity. After you've done the hard work, we'll make sure you're properly rewarded with a cold pint and door prizes at the brewery. Tickets are free for Run Ottawa members, and $5 for non-members. Head over to the Bootcamp and Beer Eventbrite Page to RSVP.
Head of the Glass is a quarterly beer educational series hosted at the Brew Donkey headquarters inside of Maker House Co.. We're proud to have been asked to lead the discussion and answer questions about Brand Consistency and Image. Head brewer Josh McJannett will be chatting about the past, present, and future of Dominion City's marketing. Entrance is free, with pint sales benefiting Ecology Ottawa.
Join Clover Food and Drink, Dominion City Brewing Co. and Councillor Catherine McKenney in raising a glass to mark the 45th anniversary of the first-ever public demonstration for LGBTQ+ rights in Canada. Beer release, eats and beats to benefit the Ten Oaks Project.
Maker House Co. and local artist-historian Andrew King present a storytelling evening, gathered around the proverbial campfire to celebrateHintonburg Happening
Hear long lost Ottawa ghost stories that you can share this summer, with historic artifacts from the Kitchissippi Museum, pictures from Lost Ottawa, and even old home movies.
Between stories, enjoy live music, free beer samples from Dominion City Brewing Co., cocktail samples from Split Tree Cocktail Co. and tasty smores-on-a-stick for the first 100 people! You can also shop the latest in handmade homewares from over 90 local artisans.
This event is free to attend, and kids are welcome.
Your friends at town. and Dominion City Brewing Co. present a beer/food/theatre funtacular at The Great Canadian Theatre Company.
Forget the steak and delight in some(thing) offal!
Featuring a delicious off-cut menu inspired by the GCTC's critically-acclaimed 'Butcher', paired with boundary-pushing experimental beers all prepared by back-of-house staff set loose to unleash maximum creativity.
Tickets include four-course beer pairing dinner and a play. Communal seating and vegetarian options available.
The best gastronomic, zymurgical and theatrical night out for $95.
Dominion City is proud to be the exclusive beer partner to undercurrents theatre festival.
Produced by Ottawa Fringe. This winter festival shows the best original, contemporary theatre being created by Ottawa performers and visiting artists.
Since 2011, undercurrents has brought to stage 12 world premieres.
A Canadiana Christmas at Maker House!
Drop in between 5-9pm on Friday December 11th for a local heritage-themed social night at Maker House Co. with real historic artifacts and photographs on display. Check out products from over 60 local makers in store, enjoy live music starting at 6:30pm and sampling from:
• Dominion City Brewing Co.
• Split Tree Cocktail Co.
The event is completely FREE and kid friendly so we hope to see you there!
Every year around the first snowfall, breweries across Denmark release a special Julebryg (‘yule brew’) to pubs in small towns and big cities across the country. Called J-Dag, people gather with friends, family and total strangers to celebrate the season and raise a glass of something special. At Dominion City, we’re taking up the tradition by releasing a balanced and moderately spiced Christmas ale available exclusively at our bottleshop and through select pouring partners at 8:59pm on the first Friday in December.
Our Julebryg features malted rye spiciness balanced against Ontario-grown Wild Turkey hop bitterness. This beer features fresh plum with hints of ginger, cardamom, pink peppercorn and orange zest. In other words, it tastes like Christmas in a Hans Christian Andersen story. God Jul!
We are honoured to team up with Chef Joe Thottungal from Coconut Lagoon as part of his submission for this year's Gold Medal Plates.
Gold Medal Plates is the ultimate celebration of Canadian Excellence in cuisine, wine, the arts and athletic achievement. Celebrated in eleven cities across Canada, Gold Medal Plates features the premier chefs in each city in a competition to crown a gold, silver and bronze medal culinary team in each city, and subsequently nation-wide at the Canadian Culinary Championships.