Taking a break.

Thanks for all your support!

The GCBC team is taking this season off to pursue other creative ventures. We will continue to support our charitable partners and look forward to opening up shop again soon.

Season Opener 2014

Garrison Creek Bat Co. presents the “Season Opener” – a celebration of baseball and art, opening Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014 at the Steamwhistle Brewery (255 Bremner Blvd, Toronto).

Featuring customized baseball bats and art from over 30 different artists, illustrators and craftspeople, this year’s Season Opener is set to be a fantastic show. Come out, enjoy some great beer and great art – and, buy a raffle ticket for you chance to win a handmade GCBC bat signed by Blue Jays legend and MLB hall-of-famer Robbie Alomar!


Warm up!

I think we are all ready for the cold weather to move on, and the warm air to arrive!

Back at the end of last year we release a new shirt:


This shirt features a new play on our logo. Why not pick one up and dream of warmer days to come!

Check it out here.

Just a Stick

Check out this great video from Andrew Norton and Scott Pommier they shot a back in the middle of the summer.

Just a Stick (of Wood) from Andrew Norton on Vimeo.

Season Opener


April 3rd 7pm – 11pm at Steam Whistle Brewing

Another Season Opener is upon us. On April 3rd we will be holding the Season Opener at the Steam Whistle Brewery. There are many exciting events happening at this show. There will be a live performance from The Beverleys!

We will also be raffling off a Garrison Creek Bat Co bat signed by the Toronto Blue Jays! All proceeds will be going to the Jays Care Foundation! Win Win! We could not be more excited about this. Come out, enter to win, and help us support a great cause!

Check out our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram Feeds for more details and updates.


A big thanks goes out to every one that entered our T-Shirt Contest

The winners are Brittany Hildebrandt, Rob Drynan, and Etienne

Look for some really BIG and GREAT things coming in the next few months

To all things made well.

Back when we first started out, we were honoured to be featured on the Moosehead Journey – To All Things Made Well. Check it out.