Staff members Madison McNeill (left), Hannah Scott, and Ben Gundrum attended the ribbon cutting ceremony June 30 and were ready for Three Sheets Brewing to officially open their doors to the public July 1.

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Three Sheets Brewing is now open and fully operational in their new location at the north end of Port Elgin and on Thursday, June 30 owners, staff and dignitaries held a ribbon cutting ceremony to commemorate.

Wismer House and Three Sheets owner Jeff Carver said they weren't able to keep up with the demand at their previous spot and were having to contract out some of their production to other breweries.

Initially they launched their product in December 2019 and opened a much smaller brewery to the public in January 2020. That location is attached to the Wismer House and will remain operational for some of their seasonal and small batch production.

See: Three Sheets launching their flagship brews in house Friday

"Initially I didn't anticipate how well the beer was going to be received," said Carver June 30. "I knew we had a good product and a good brand and that all the pieces were there but I guess I didn't think it was going to take off that way," he said.

He and his business partner, Cynthia Auer sat down with their brewmaster, Curt Thomas and asked if he'd like to jump on board in an ownership capacity. "So we brought him in as a partner," said Carver.

"It's a dream come true for me," said Thomas. "I started doing this seven and a half years ago in the basement of my house." Thomas added that he had previously worked at Maclean's Ales in Hanover while working at Three Sheets part time and eventually came on as a partner in Three Sheets.

Thomas said that at their previous location they could produce 750 to 800 litres at a time. "Here, I can do up to 2,800 litres at a time," he said.

Saugeen Shores Mayor Luke Charbonneau said Carver is "one of the busiest guys" in Saugeen Shores. "He's got a great team and a great facility and he's going to have huge success," Charbonneau said.

You can find Three Sheets Brewing, complete with outdoor patio and indoor tasting area, at the north end of Port Elgin, 1246 Goderich Street (Highway 21).

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Owners Curt Thomas (left), Jeff Carver, and Cynthia Auer in the brew room at Three Sheets' new location. Photo submitted


Three Sheets Brewing owner Jeff Carver stood with his father's 1999 Sportster June 30. Carver had the bike shipped from Prince Edward Island after his father passed away in 2020 and rebuilt it with the Three Sheets colours and logo.

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Three Sheets Brewing is located at 1246 Goderich Street in Port Elgin and is open daily noon to 8pm.


The new location features an indoor tasting area and an outdoor patio. Photo submitted


Three Sheets Owner and Head Brewer Curt Thomas stood next to some of the equipment he uses to make the local brews.


To commemorate their new location due to open July 1, a ribbon cutting ceremony was held June 30. From left, Three Sheets staff member Ben Gundrum, Pat O'Connor, Constituency Manager for Huron-Bruce MP Ben Lobb; Saugeen Shores Mayor Luke Charbonneau, Three Sheets owner Cynthia Auer, Huron-Bruce MPP Lisa Thompson, Sarah Bearinger, partner Jeff Carver, and their daughter Reese (age 5); Owner and Head Brewer Curt Thomas, and son Adler (age 6); and staff member Madison McNeill.