Monday: Closed

Tuesday: Closed

Wednesday: 12 to 7

Thursday: 12 to 7

Friday: 12 to 8

Saturday: 12 to 8

Sunday: 12 to 4



Weatherhead Brew Co. is located just a
few walking minutes from Perth Town Hall.
We are located right across from the Legion
and one block from
the Perth & District Community Centre (Arena).

29 Beckwith St E, Perth, ON
K7H 1B4, Canada

613 201 BEER (2337)


Tap Room Indoor Seating

Seasonal Patio over looking the Tay Canal

Take Home Beer Sales

On site Free Parking


The Tap Room

Our space is suited for:

Community & Corporate Events




Wedding Receptions

Retirement Parties

Tasting Bar

Beer Flights

Charcuterie/Chili/Curry/Bean Dip

Weatherhead Branded Apparel

Catering Options



This traditional German pilsner is perfectly simple. It’s crisp and smooth, with mild floral bitterness that finishes moderately dry.

NEW NEW IPA (6.6%)

New New is soft bodied with a smoooooth mouthfeel. The substantial haze locks in a burst of citrus fruit juice flavours. If you’ve ever wondered what a beer mimosa would taste like, look no further.


This tasty treat is coastal to the mostal! Inspired by the bold West Coast IPA, this beer includes notes of floral sweetness, citrus, and a bold piney bitterness.

NED IPA (8.5%)

NED is the strangest addition to the Weatherhead family. NED is bold, lively, and brilliant, but he is also very deep, complex, and has a soft side. When tasting NED, be prepared for over-saturated floral and citrus hop aromas, as well as intensely tropical fruit juice flavours, like mango, pineapple, and grapefruit.


Hey, you! Want to save yourself a long drive and a trip through scrutinizing border security? This Vermont-inspired IPA has everything we wanted in an IPA. Intense hop aromas combine with an explosion of juicy hop flavours. Expect a mild hit of bitterness, but don’t expect it to stick around. This style is why we got into the business.


Waterwitch is named for one of one Samuel Weatherhead’s three flat-bottom tow barges used to ferry goods up and down the Tay Canal. Although Marzen is historically an Oktoberfest lager, we don’t believe in waiting all year to drink this highly quaffable beer style.

PILOT IPA (6.0%)

“Pilot” is defined as, “an experiment or test before introducing something more widely”. This tropical IPA was the inaugural beer launched by Weatherhead Brew Co. and it’s still going strong. A refreshing blend of Citra, Mosaic and simcoe hops give it a bold, hoppy, tropical vibe.


We took this iconic beer style and put a bold spin on it. Our Brown Ale is loaded with chocolate and caramel malts, giving Bernadette a dark amber hue, intense roasted malt aromas, with flavours of dark chocolate and toffee. Toasted bitterness is rounded out with a mild fruitiness that finishes moderately dry.

Upcoming Events



The Story,

In the mid-1700’s, at an early age, Samuel Weatherhead ran away from his home of the parish of St. Philip, Barbados, and took passage on a merchant ship sailing for England. En route, pirates seized the ship! Refusing to join the pirate crew, Samuel, ended up marooned with provisions on a small island. Luck continued in his favour, however, and he was shortly rescued by a ship in the lumber trade bound for Quebec. Deciding to stay in Canada, Samuel Weatherhead established a depot controlling the trade from the Rideau River into the Perth Basin. As the economy grew, Tow Paths were constructed along the Tay Canal banks so horses could pull boats, such as Samuel’s own flat bottom barge, the “Waterwitch”, up and down the Canal. Then, in 1888, a King Post Swing Bridge was engineered over the Tay River, along with the House of the BridgeMaster, which is the lone surviving Bridge of its time. From where Weatherhead is located, the Tow Path, BridgeMaster’s House and Swing Bridge can be admired from our very own patio.

Located in one of Lanark County’s most historic towns, heritage Perth, the brewery is situated in the beautifully renovated old Wampole factory (known for beginning their pharmaceutical business 100 years ago by selling cold liver oil and grape salts), the very last Wampole building still standing.


Our Story, 

When we launched this business venture we designed our brewery’s culture, vibe and recipes to reflect Weatherhead’s tenacious spirit and highlight our proud (UNESCO) Heritage that will inspire your adventurous thirst.

We are a small team in a small community brought together by a passion for beer and commitment to building business, growth and community in the vibrant Town of Perth, Ontario. 


Contact us for general information, event bookings and inquiries.

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