John Adair, left, Vic Banys, Pam Hardy, and Keith Howard enjoy a beer on the patio at the Sooke Brewing Company. The patio opened Thursday and will be operational throughout the spring and summer months. (Dawn Gibson/Sooke News Mirror)

Sooke Brewing Company patio now open

Patio will be operational throughout spring and summer months

Locals and visitors can finally soak up the sun while enjoying a locally crafted beer, as the Sooke Brewing Company’s patio is now open.

The patio opened Thursday, and will be operational throughout the spring and summer months.

There are currently six beers on tap, including a Vienna Lager, a West Coast Belgian I.P.A, a Foreign Extra Sout, a Belgian Blonde Ale, a German Pilsner and an I.P.A.

Hours of operation are 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday to Wednesday, and 11 a.m. until 11 p.m Thursday through Saturday.

To learn more about the Sooke Brewing Company, visit sookebrewing.com.

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