Wayfarers’ Ale came together in 2012 as a group of local craft beer enthusiasts developing their own beers. After a lot of experimenting and tasting, we gravitated toward some interesting heritage beers that go well with foods.
The name Wayfarers’ is a tribute to an old custom in England where medieval travellers (Wayfarers) would stop at local churches, knock on the door and be given a small horn of ale and a piece of bread to help and refresh them along their way.
Located at the wharf in Port Williams, the brewery offers an amazing view of the ever-changing tides, from the upstairs patio. Take an opportunity to have a brewhouse tour and then relax in the
upstairs taproom with some great food and ale. As one customer said, “I absolutely recommend a visit to Wayfarers’. Excellent brewery tour, excellent beer and a great overall story. A standout brewery amongst all the craft brewers.”