Celtic Knot Brewing Launching This Weekend in New Brunswick
On June 20, 2013 At 9:00 am
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RIVERVIEW, NB – The Atlantic Canada Beer Blog reports that a new brewery is about to open in the town of Riverview, New Brunswick, just south of Moncton.
Celtic Knot Brewing is being started by veteran homebrewer Bruce Barton, who is taking a similar approach to Patrice Godin of Acadie-Broue and operating as a small nanobrewery out of his home. He will be brewing in 90 litre batches that will be released in kegs only, and will initially be available exclusively at Marky’s Laundromat in Moncton.
Celtic Knot will launch with two main brands – Not Joe Average Pale Ale (5% ABV, 19 IBU) and Hopicide IPA (6.4% ABV, 100 IBU), with one-offs and seasonals planned for the future.
The public debut of Celtic Knot will take place this coming Sunday June 23rd at 3:00 PM at Marky’s Laundromat. For more information, see the full article on the Atlantic Canada Beer Blog, and the Celtic Knot Facebook page.