Thank you for your interest in Descendants Beer & Beverage Co. We are regularly asked questions about Descendants Beer & Beverage Co. and some of the same questions come up frequently. This FAQ Page is meant to save us all a little time.

Are You Open Holidays?

Yes, we are open all holidays. We are closed New Year’s Day.

What Are Your Hours?

Our Current Hours are:

Sunday: 12:00-5:00

Monday-Tuesday: 12:00-8:00

Wednesday-Saturday: 11:00-11:00

Our hours are also posted on this site under Contact Us

Will You Donate to Our Cause?

We receive requests daily for support for many worthwhile causes.  As a small, independent company, just starting out we don’t have the means to donate to everyone who sends in a request. We focus our donations on Waterloo Region charities.

**We do not make donations for personal fundraising such as a Stag & Doe.


Do you have Food?

Yes, we serve food. Our menu is evolving and getting better and better. Right now we serve Bierhalle Snacks, Charcuterie and Paninis. We do not have a deep fryer. We will not be getting a deep fryer.


Can I Have Parties or Rent Your Facility For a Private Event?

Yes. We have a space that you can reserve for your group. In order to reserve this space we require a “Minimum Spend”. We do rent the facility out for private events but as we are a functioning brewery with nightly events/specials and loyal clientele we are restricted in when we can rent out the entire facility.

*The Bottle Shop remains open for all reservations and rentals.

Please contact for more information on facility rentals.


Do You Rent Kegs Out?

Yes. Please see the following link for more information on keg rentals

*Please be advised that we do not have taps to rent out at this time.


Where Can I Find Your Beer?

Our beer is available at our Bottle Shop at 319 Victoria St. N. in Kitchener and at the LCBO. If you are looking for a specific LCBO you can check inventory by going to the LCBO

We have our products in Bars and Licensees all over Ontario. Unfortunately, there is no way to know when a keg is tapped, we only know who has purchased our beer. The best we can do is advise you to call the licensee ahead of time to see if our beer is on tap.