A Brewery Full Of History..

Situated in the iconic St. Marys Junction Railway Station, a small station built for the Grand Trunk Railway back in 1858. ​
 Broken Rail Brewing was established with the goal to keep this historic station and story alive - and why not make some damn good beer while we are at it! ​
The skilled craftsmanship is evident throughout the station which is exactly the foundation of our brews and we can't wait to share them with you.

G.T.R Junction Station, 1933

W.A. Kingland, GM for Central Region of CNR, Stands over operator William Jacobi at a telegraph table inside the Junction Station


At the Junction

Three men are standing on the platform at the Junction Station. The station was built in 1858 and was in use until 1941. Three trains a day passed through the station traveling to and from London.


St Marys Junction Station

Meet Ryan and Erin, the St. Marys couple who transformed this historic stone railway station, which was abandoned for decades, into a fresh, new whistle stop for craft beer fans.

Ryan & Erin LeamanFounders

Brock is a young hard working guy who has graduated from a brewing program at Niagara College before taking on brewing roles at a small Ontario craft brewery (Thornbury) then one at a large scale brewery (Waterloo Brewing). Brock is also local to us (Stratford), spending time with his wife and new puppy!

Brock MooreheadBrewer