Why Siding 14? It’s a nod to our rich Alberta and western Canadian railway heritage. Before the town of Ponoka was named, it was Siding 14 of the Calgary-Edmonton Railway Company. The siding was a supply point for steam locomotives making the run between the two major cities. The railway not only provided transportation between small towns and major centers, it was historically the heart of communication and social interaction in communities across the province.
Josh & Femke farm as Pridelands Grain Farm located north of Ponoka. They have been a part of the Ponoka community for the past 25 years and have a passion for farming and beer. Their farm provides quality malting barley for Siding 14. They love being a part of the community and it’s their goal to bring quality to the craft beer scene while showcasing local products.
We start with our own craft-grown ingredients, highlighting their quality and character with an expert Brewer’s attention to detail. We love craft beer, and we’re proud to talk about our beer’s journey, from Field to Glass. It’s our goal to create a solid core of Mainline beers that are perfect for everyday, and a wide variety of Roundhouse offerings to keep your interest piqued.
Made in Canada: