The Rossdale Brewery building was originally the Edmonton Brewing and Malting Company. It was built in 1905 by the owner of the Strathcona Hotel, W.H. Shephard. He was so successful at making and selling the product that the company moved to a bigger location in 1913.
The Rossdale Brewery building was then taken over by the Sick organization. That is an unfortunate name for a brewing empire so they called it the Associated Breweries of Canada Ltd. instead, and later it became the Alberta Brewing and Malting Company.
The building is still quite impressive and is listed in the Alberta Register of Historic Places. You can see near the intersection of Rossdale Road and 100 Street NW, Edmonton.