Four Winds

EST. 2013 | Delta

Award-winning beers inspired by ingredients and techniques gathered from the four winds.

Four Winds Brewing was founded by highly regarded brewmaster Brent Mills along with his brothers and father who previously ran a family business called Mills Paints. In the short years since Four Winds opened in 2013, it has already been named Brewery of the Year at the 2015 Canadian Brewing Awards. One year later, its luscious Nectarous Dry Hopped Sour was awarded Canadian Beer of the Year. Four Winds brews beers of all styles well, but is particularly well regarded for its hoppy IPAs, sour beers, and barrel-aged specialties. That’s why you’ll always find a crowd sipping beers and sampling tacos made on-site at the brewery’s stylish and comfortable tasting room.


Temporary Brewery Operations

  • Delivery
    Check with brewery for more details
  • Take-Out
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Beer Service

  • Full Draught Service
    Draught Beer By the Glass
  • Growler Fills
  • Retail
    Cans and/or bottles available for purchase
  • Samples & Flights


  • Family Friendly
    you can bring the kids

Food Service

  • Snacks
    Light Snacks Available

What Else?

  • Barrels
    Barrel-aged beer production
  • Lager Program
  • Merchandise
    shirts, hats available for sale
  • Sour Beer Production

Other Features

  • Tacos!
    Mexican street-style tacos available daily from 11am-3:30pm.
Fun Fact:

Four Winds is inspired by the idea of gathering flavours from the “four winds” or all around the world. Its beers are divided into series based on Greek mythology. The Eurus Series, named after the Greek god of the east wind, is a collection of bottle-conditioned ales inspired by beer’s diverse European heritage. The Zephyrus Series, named after the Greek god of the west wind, is a series of bold and unique ales inspired by the hop-heavy brews of our native West Coast. The Notus series, named after the Greek god of the south winds, is a series of low-ABV brews that are as flavourful as they are approachable. We’ll have to see what they come up with for the north wind…

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