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frequently asked questions

We’re excited to reopen our beer garden Friday, June 11! We can seat up to 4 people per table, unless everyone seated at the table is a member of the same household, a member of up to one other household who lives alone, or a caregiver for any member of either household. 

Beer garden customers will enter the tasting room to check in using CANATRACE™ (Covid-19 screening and contact tracing is mandatory for each person being seated). Then we’ll take your beer order, process your payment, assign you a table and bring you outside to be seated. When you’re ready to order again, one member of your party can return to the tasting room to order and pay, and we’ll bring your beer to your table.

You must wear a mask at all times indoors, and maintain 2 metres distance from anyone outside your household at all times outdoors, except when seated. 

Table assignments are fixed, and you must remain seated at all times except when arriving or leaving, entering the building to order and pay, or using the washroom. (Mingling between tables isn’t allowed.)

Before you head home, we’ll be happy to serve you at our retail store counter, where you can pick up beer or merchandise to go!

We have plenty of outdoor seating, but should there be a lineup of people waiting to get in, we may need to limit seating times.

We don’t take reservations at any time; seating is first come, first served.

Covid-19 update: Our cheese & charcuterie boards are currently unavailable.

We serve snacks for two: cheese & charcuterie boards and in the cooler months, 4-cheese beer fondue with baguette. We also sell chips, pretzel thins and Desbarres bean-to-bar chocolate bars. As we don’t have a kitchen, you’re welcome to bring in your own food, whether from home, takeout, or delivered by one of the restaurants in town. Please note that outside drinks are not allowed on site.

COMING LATE JULY OR EARLY AUGUST 2021: Wood-fired pizza by Foundry Pi!

Covid-19 update: Board games and Jenga are temporarily unavailable.

Absolutely! We’re proud to be kid friendly. We ask only that parents supervise their kids at all times, for their own safety and the comfort of all our customers. We have board games (and giant Jenga in the summertime), we serve all-natural cane sugar soft drinks, and there are change tables in both men’s and women’s washrooms. Strollers are welcome indoors and out. 

Yes! Our tasting room and beer garden are a great place to socialize your pup while you enjoy a beer. Owners must keep their dogs on leash and under control at all times and pick up after them. We have water bowls indoors and out.

No. We’re a brewery with a By-the-Glass licence, so we serve only the beer that we brew here.

No. Under no circumstances are outside drinks allowed, and the only alcohol permitted on site is the beer that we brew. We enjoy educating about beer and encourage you to try the wide range of flavours on offer here, as there’s something for everyone to enjoy. But if you can’t drink beer, we sell and serve all-natural craft sodas in a variety of delicious flavours. And tap water is always free!

Yes! Although most of the beer garden is gravel, we have a solid concrete area leading to one of our outdoor tables, which, at one end, is completely wheelchair accessible. (Once we can open indoors, we have a dedicated wheelchair/walker accessible table too.) 

We keep a ramp in place to bridge the small step up to the beer garden. The front entrance is level. We have a vestibule with one turn at the entry.

The majority of our beer is now sold in 473 mL cans. We also sell a beautiful 2L Palla swing top growler, which we can fill for you at “beer-only” prices with our Pegas Craftap filler – a great zero-waste option! There are always up to four different beers on the growler filler to choose from.

Covid-19 update: At this time we have no events to share, but starting with Step 2 of Ontario’s reopening (approximately July 2), watch for live outdoor music from incredible local artists!

Covid-19 update: Normally yes, but at this time we’re not offering brewery tours.

We support charities and nonprofits whose work directly benefits our local community, such as Cam’s Kids, Uxbridge Loaves & Fishes Food Bank, Precious Minds and the New Animal Shelter for Uxbridge-Scugog. We plan our giving several months in advance, so please email your request to info@thesecondwedge.ca at minimum 6 weeks before your event so that we can consider it. Please note that we do not donate to private fundraisers such as stag and doe parties.

We have a lively local music community and a wide network of out-of-town musicians booking regularly with us, so it’s hard for us to prioritize potential new performers, of whom the list keeps growing! Please know that we’re most interested in nurturing up-and-coming talent, so we book artists who perform at least some original music. We also like to work with musicians who have an online following and can promote the show through their social media channels. Please send links to demo material, bios, etc. to info@thesecondwedge.ca. If we can fit you in somewhere, we will reach out to you.

Yes! You can buy 3 Rocks year-round at select LCBO stores, with High Grass, Fat Bike, Monday Night Piper and Spice Factory rotating through the year. Our beer is also available at a growing number of grocery stores and LCBO convenience outlets. See our Beer Finder for all the deets.

Covid-19 update: Normally we do rent out the brewery for special events on a full buyout basis. At this time we’re not booking private events till further notice.