Tobermory Brewing Now Open on Ontario’s Bruce Peninsula

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TOBERMORY, ONThe Wiarton Echo reports that the first brewpub on the Bruce Peninsula is now open in the small town of Tobermory.

As first reported in November, Tobermory Brewing Company & Grill has been founded by Matt and Kristin Buckley, a husband and wife team who also own the nearby Crowsnest Pub.

Along with manager Frank Boros and chef Robert Larochelle, the Buckleys opened the restaurant and bar portion of the establishment in time for the May long weekend, and are initially offering beer from Owen Sound’s Kilannan Brewing while brewer Morag Kloeze works on the first batches from the on-site brewhouse.

According to Kloeze, the brewery will be offering one flagship brand to start, a Blonde Ale brewed with locally sourced hops from Clear Valley Hops that she describes as having “a nice little kick.” Additional seasonal brands are expected to be launched starting in the fall.

For more details, see the full Wiarton Echo article, and visit the Tobermory Brewing Facebook page and Twitter feed.

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