Saturday, August 19, 2017

Foghorn Brewing Releases Leitest Von Viegott Kölsch

(Rothesay, NB) - Foghorn Brewing Company recently released Leitest Von Viegott Kölsch. The kölsch was brewed using German kölsch, yeast from White Labs, perle and magnum hops from Darling Island Farm. Brewer Andrew Estabrooks says the 5.5% ABV and 18 IBU "has a gentle fruity character with lots of grainy Pilsner character".

Flying Boats Brewing Announces Expansion

(Shediac, NB) - Flying Boats Brewing announces after brewing for 2.5 years in the garage they are expanding production into a commercial location. Owner Marc Melanson says the plan is to build a retail taproom that will sell beer flights, beer by the glass, growlers,  as well as canned products. He is not set to release the location just yet but reveals the facility will be in Dieppe close to all major roads and highways for easy access for southeast NB. 

Brasseux d'la Côte Brews First Batch in New Facility

(Tracadie,NB) - Brasseux d'la Côte announced they have brewed their inaugral brew at their new facility. The new brewery is at 3216 Rue Principale in Tracadie New Brunswick. The beer chosen was their La Classique 28 lager, the beer is an homage to local hockey player Luc Bourdon who was number 28 on the Vancouver Canucks and died tragically at 21 years old in an accident.