We brew because we must
At Canal Park Brewing Company, we are inspired by the unruly spirit that occupies the North and South shore of Lake Superior. We brew beer and serve food to satisfy the thirsty travelers who buzz up and down the fresh coast. Our goal is to create curiosity in craft beer styles by brewing consistently epic batches and to build brew culture in our hometown, Duluth.
ALL SEASON PATIO
Dress in layers and come out this winter to experience our four-season patio. Warm fire and hot drinks are waiting for you.
Brewery Tours Available
Come meet our 15 barrel, three vessel brewing system, Gus!
Tours are available on the hour M-F 4p – 7p and the weekend 12p – 7p.
The Beer Geek Package ($8) will get you a tour, CPB glass and then stick around for a free pint of your favorite brew. Or, if you aren’t thirsty, just take a look around and then head home with your CPB glass for $6.
In the meantime, take a peak at the 360 panorama tour taken by Northern Images Photography.
For more information about tours just drop us a note.
Ingredients from where you are
We are committed to the people who work in our community. These are just some of the local companies that we partner with.
We care a whole heck of a lot about sourcing and brewing with the best local ingredients that we can possible dig up. We are lucky that Briess is right in our backyard; the Chilton, WI malter has been making the industry’s best malts and brewing ingredients for over 130 years.
Hop, lock and drop it. This small scale hop yard in mighty Brule, WI is hard-core and dedicated to growing high quality hops for our brewing, and your tasting, pleasure. We have really enjoyed getting to know them and look forward to a life long partnership.
If we were going to have growler bags, we knew they had to be locally manufactured. That thought led us to the door step of Frost River, a soft goods manufacturer right here in Duluth. Their lead designer and craftsman went as far as to design a less expensive, tough as nails, nylon option for campus life here on the Northcoast.