Endeavour to drink better beer!
THE PATIO IS OPEN(and expanding!)
FOR PINTS, OFF-SALES
AND GROWLER FILLS
WE WILL BE FOLLOWING THESE ALBERTA GOVERNMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR TABLE SERVICE
Maximum 6 people per table.
Individuals seated together must be from the same household or 2 designated close contacts for a person living alone.
We will be asking for contact information.
Masks are mandatory when not seated.
OUR HEALTH AND SAFETY COMMITMENT
We will continue to operate with the highest safety standards and will follow all government health and food safety guidelines to ensure a safe and seamless experience for our guests.
Tables are sanitized before and after each guest. High contact touch points and washrooms are sanitized frequently, and diligently, throughout the day.
Our Team’s health is monitored daily, and no one is allowed in the restaurant with any symptoms of illness, no matter how minor.
Our Team is washing their hands between all contact and there is hand sanitizer available throughout the restaurant for your use.
All tables are separated in compliance with provincial health & safety guidelines, and we are operating at a reduced capacity. Please respect social distancing by staying 6ft away from other guests.
Low contact sections and contactless payment options are available and recommended.
Our menus are available on the main board.
No high fives, handshakes, or hugs (virtual and air are still okay!).
Endeavour Brewing is a family friendly (all kids are welcome), community orientated craft brewery in St. Albert. Our love for great quality beers drove us to develop and brew our favourite pints. Consistent quality and the freshest ingredients are paramount as we strive to create beers that cater to not only our thirsty palate but to the active lifestyles we enjoy with our friends, family and colleagues. At Endeavour Brewing, we are inspired by our other passions in life including the outdoors, sports and those who are taking risks and making great things happen.
Experience the local craft beer revolution.
"Risks must be taken,
for the greatest risk in life
is to risk nothing."