Canada, MB: Nonsuch Brewing secures location for brick-and-mortar facility in Winnipeg
Close to a year after its debut as a contract brewing operation, Nonsuch Brewing has secured a location for a bricks-and-mortar facility in a space that will likely be familiar to Winnipeg craft beer drinkers, the Canadian Beer News reported on June 5.
As announced on the Nonsuch website on June 5, the nautical-themed brewery has dropped anchor at 125 Pacific Ave. which was previously home to PEG Beer Co. before its closure earlier this year.
The announcement comes on the 350th anniversary of the departure from England of the Nonsuch, a small ship that sailed the ocean, anchored in Hudsons Bay, proved the viability of the fur trade, and ultimately changed Canadas history and inspired the name of the brewery, of course.
Production at the new Nonsuch facility is expected to start over the summer, with the opening of a public taproom and retail store to follow in the autumn.
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