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Bad Dog Brewing Company is a new craft micro brewery in Sooke, British Columbia. We are open Wednesday – Sunday 12 – 6 PM and welcome the public to come by and try our tasty brews. We offer our products in single tall cans, 4 packs, kegs, growler fills and tasting flights. Enjoy a cold beer in our picnic area!
Bad Dog brewery tours and samples are available during our open hours. Packaged snacks and our branded merchandise are also available at the brewery.
Sooke Brewery Tours are offered through West Coast Brewery Tours. Let Elton do the driving from Victoria, while your group gets to experience all three Sooke breweries!
Send us an email for any inquires and we will be happy to reply. Cheers!
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