Halifax Location of Gahan House Brewpub Now Open

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HALIFAX, NS – The Atlantic Canada Beer Blog reports that the Halifax spin-off of Charlottetown’s Gahan House brewpub announced last month is now open for business.

Located in the space in the Historic Properties district that most recently housed The Hart & Thistle, the beer selection at the new Gahan House features many of the same brands as the original pub, as well as those from Gahan’s parent company PEI Brewing, and Halifax exclusives including Hippie Cousin IPA and Beer and Loathing Belgian Ale. Many other maritime craft breweries are also represented on guest taps and in bottles.

For more details, see the Gahan House Halifax Facebook page.

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  1. Four friends and myself went to Gahan House in Halifax shortly after it opened for dinner and drinks. The waiter (a guy who was actually from Charlottetown) who great. The beer was very good. The meals were pricey, not quite pub prices. Three of us had the Lobster Fetticune, the flavour was very good. You had to search for the lobster, but at a price of $22-23, we expected to get some bread on the table to munch on with our meal. I think it is a must, if you want to keep people coming back for meals of this price you have to provide basket of bread on the table, one other person had the seafood pasta again no bread and one had the burger and fries and it was very good she said. We would like to continue to go back, as we live in Dartmouth it is an easy ferry ride over to Halifax. We did ask the waiter for some bread and biscuits were brought. Bread is not expensive and you expect it with pasta and expecially at those prices. But we will go back, hopefully this remark will be heard and you can spruce up the meal with just that.
    Cheers

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