Bad Apple Brewhouse Opening Later This Month in Somerset, Nova Scotia

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SOMERSET, NS – The Atlantic Canada Beer Blog reports that the village of Somerset in Kings County, Nova Scotia will soon be home to the province’s newest nanobrewery.

Bad Apple Brewhouse is being launched this month by Jeff Saunders, a longtime homebrewer who has been planning and working on the brewery for several years.

Saunders tells ACBB that he will has two beers in the works – an American Pale Ale (5.7% abv) and a Russian Imperial Stout (9% abv) – with the latter planned to be available in original and barrel-aged form.

The American Pale Ale will be available soon on tap at various locations in the Annapolis Valley, and growler sales will start at the brewery on December 31st. Both versions of the Stout will follow in early 2014.

For more details, see the original ACBB article and the Bad Apple Brewhouse Facebook page.

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