The Pump House Brewery started over 20 years ago as a small brewpub on Orange Lane in Moncton, New Brunswick. The Pump House Brewery quickly became a favourite among locals due to it’s amazing wood-oven pizza and even more amazing craft beer!

The very first beers on tap at the Pump House were Cadian Cream Ale, Fire Chief's Red Ale, Muddy River Stout and Pail Ale - all of which are still very popular today. A year after opening, they launched the Blueberry Ale as a seasonal offering, but it was such a hit that they brought it into regular rotation and haven't stopped brewing it since. You couldn’t tell our story without mentioning the Pump House Blueberry Ale.

In 2016, the brewery had another huge success with the Crafty Radler. Again, it was only supposed to be a seasonal offering but, its tremendous popularity was obvious as it was literally flying off shelves and it too became a permanent listing. The Crafty Radler has now won multiple gold medals and is considered a favourite across Canada.

The Pump House now consists of the original brewpub, a secondary brewery and tasting room, a packaging facility, and a distillery.

What had begun as a small brewpub is now the largest microbrewery in Eastern Canada and distributes beer across all of Canada and into some parts of the US and Europe.