We make small batch craft beer in Sarnia, Ontario.
Refined Fool is a group of teachers, creatives, blue collars, entrepreneurs, musicians and pastors who care about beer, business, Sarnia and each other. We began by brewing out of our houses in midwinter with propane burners and frozen hoses and have since evolved into a downtown nano-brewery.Browse the brews
A Sarnia Greekfest Pilsner.
My Cousin Knows The Drummer
My Cousin Knows The Drummer is a 5% Hefeweizen, a German wheat beer brewed in its traditional unfiltered form. This cloudy, golden beauty is dry and tart, with notes of banana and bubblegum. Best enjoyed with that one buddy who, for some reason, likes to name drop people that his cousin knows.
Carp and Tunnel Syndrome
Unleash your mild side with this light brown ale's malty body and low hop profile. Light carbonation and low alcohol content make this a brew you can spend some real quality time with.
Blackwater Breakfast Stout
Refined Fool and our friends at Blackwater Coffee & Tea Company, Sarnia's micro-roaster, have conceived what can only be described as a magical coffee/beer love child. It’s a stout fortified with coffee, chocolate, oatmeal and passion.
Back Out Stout
In honour of our brewmaster tying the knot we released the Drunk In Love 4-pack, featuring four brand new seasonals that are sold together. An easy drinking stout that's spiced with the classic "pumpkin pie" spices.
The Last Of The Warm Bohemians
This smooth, crisp pilsner has a rich gold colour, prevalent hops and a clean malty finish. And despite its name, we recommend you enjoy it chilled (Although our recommendations are generally not recommended).
You Are Lazy, Susan
You Are Lazy, Susan is a light and refreshing style of wheat beer known as a Rosemary Gose. Bright flavours, mildly sour and salty, with an added hint of lemon and rosemary. Available on tap, in bombers, and in growlers.
This pleasant 5% California Common (or Steam Beer) is moderately hopped, mildly fruity, and has a light malt character.
Similar to an IPA, this pale ale is hopped with a rotation of Australian hop varieties. The result is an easy-drinking brew with a citrus/passionfruit aroma and hop flavor.
A Polish style, a very light smoked wheat beer. Uses oak smoked wheat malt, and Saaz hops.
A light and refreshing ale, pale straw in color. Similar to a classic American lager, but slightly stronger in maltiness, hop character, and faint fruit flavors from the use of an ale yeast.
Back by popular demand, and because its namesake isn't going anywhere. Centennial's Fence is a wheat ale that has no boundaries... unless you put a fence around it of course.
Turn off that Jean Quad Van Damme movie marathon, there is a much better Belgian Quad that needs your attention. Strike Four is our newest seasonal brew, and at 10% abv, it too has quite a kick. (Best enjoyed while performing the splits.)
Murder of Crows
Make a beer with tons of hops and extra dark roasted malts, you say? Sure, why not?! Meet the Murder of Crows, a Black IPA that will knock you into the darkest midnight.
Just like any good brouhaha this Nut Brown Ale gets out of control real quick. When the dust settles you will be left slacked jawed, stunned, and wanting more.
Moderate malt sweetness with caramel, toffee, and nutty notes. Medium dry-finish. Mild hop flavor (English style hops: earthy, spicy) with good balance between maltiness and hop bitterness. Mild fruity esters from the classic English ale yeast strain used.
Drinking this fine beer will no doubt make you feel noble. Yet at the same time you will feel like an oaf for not having discovered it sooner.
Very fruity and spicy due to esters produced by the classic Belgian farmhouse yeast. Can be described as citrusy and peppery, with some slightly tart sourness. Mild malt characteristics, with moderate bitterness. Very dry finish.
Short Pier, Long Walk
Time to get philosophical. Ever imagine coming to the end of a pier and wishing it just kept going? This exact feeling will be exhumed when experiencing this Double IPA. So go on, take one step further, one more sip, miracles may just occur.
Large dry hop additions to this beer lead to the hop flavors leading the flavor with a clean tasting malt backbone which allows the hops to shine. The hop profile is rich and well balanced, and can be described as slightly piney earthy/spicy, floral and citrusy/grapefruity.
Have you ever peered into the window of an antique store and noticed an item that you had to possess? Well this beer is just that. So stop looking and drink it because you’re creeping everybody out.
Strong hop aromas from the large dry hop additions. The hops can be described as floral and citrus, and are at the forefront of the beer flavor. High hop bitterness with is well balanced with a mild caramel malt backbone, slightly sweeter than most others of this style.
A 'Ripsnorter' is defined as something remarkable for its strength, intensity, or excellence. In reference to our Ripsnorter Vanilla Porter, an emphatic YES! on all three counts.
Rich, full bodied, and dark. Lots of flavors going on here including hints of roasted malts, caramel, coffee, dried fruit, and chocolate. Well balanced vanilla, bourbon, and oak from the addition of fresh vanilla beans and bourbon barrel oak staves round out the intense flavor.
It's why god gave you a mouth.
Where you can drink our beer while enjoying a nice meal.
- Ups N Downs
- Paddy Flaherty's
- Mucho Burrito
- Stokes Bay
- Sarnia Riding Club
- Bottoms Up
- Crossroads (Quality Inn)
- The Station Music Hall
- Bad Dog
- Shakers Lounge
- Little Inn in Bayfield
- Black Dog Pub and Bistro
- The Brain
- Laughing Budhha
- The Townehouse
- Morrissey House
- Poachers Arms
- Paddingtons Pub
- Armors Ale House
- (519) 704-1335
AddressRefined Fool Brewing Co.
137 Davis St.
Sarnia ON N7T 1A2
- Sun-Thu 11-11
- Fri-Sat 11-12-ish
- Everyday 11-11
- New Year's Day – CLOSED
- Family Day – CLOSED
- Good Friday – OPEN
- Easter Monday – CLOSED
- Victoria Day – OPEN
- Canada Day – OPEN
- Civic Holiday – OPEN
- Labour Day – OPEN
- Thanksgiving Day – CLOSED
- Christmas Day – CLOSED
- Boxing Day – OPEN
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