EDMONTON, AB – A historic building in Edmonton’s Oliver neighbourhood is now home to the city’s newest brewery.
Odd Company Brewing has been established by a team of partners that includes homebrewers Jared Curle, John Toman, and Brett Loree, and is situated in the Oliver Exchange, a building that was opened in 1913 as a telephone exchange, and has recently been redeveloped as a hub for local businesses.
Officially opening to the public today (May 2nd), Odd Company features a taproom serving glasses and growlers of a rotating line-up of beers, with the opening selection including Saison with Lime & Pepper, Session IPA, Rye Pale Ale, New England IPA, Sour Saison, White Stout with Coffee & Cocoa, Imperial Black Ale, and Vermont Blond Ale. Wine, spirits, and soft drinks are also available.
Odd Company Brewing is located at Unit 105, 12021 102 Ave. in Edmonton, and is open from 4:00 PM on Thursday and Friday, and 12:00 noon on Saturday and Sunday. For more details, see the Odd Company website, Instagram feed, and Facebook page.