Friday, January 8, 2016

Upstreet Craft Brewing to launch beer in Nova Scotia


(Charlottetown, P.E.I.) – Upstreet Craft Brewing building on their tremendous success in PEI will be bringing their craft beer into the Nova Scotia market this month. Nothing Upstreet does is subdued so they will start the launch with four days of events starting Thursday, January 14th  to Sunday, January 17th starting with a launch party at Stubborn Goat on the 14th. The brewery also have tap takeovers planned at Stillwell Beer Bar and Good Robot Brewing, as well as several tasting sessions scheduled at Bishops Cellar where its bottles will be available for sale.

Their beers includes flagships like their Rhuby Social strawberry rhubarb wheat beer, Commons traditional Czech style pilsner, White Noize white IPA, and Do-Gooder American Pale Ale as well as a rotating selection of seasonal beers.

Mitch Cobb, the company’s Co-founder and CEO, says “We are excited about launching into Nova Scotia. We recognize that Nova Scotia. has one of the strongest craft beer cultures in Atlantic Canada and hope that our beer is well received. We believe we have something new to offer NS craft beer fans.”


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