Calgary Council Loosens Zoning Rules for Craft Breweries
On May 3, 2016 At 3:45 pm
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CALGARY, AB – CBC News reports that Calgary council has approved a number of changes that will cut red tape for craft breweries in the city.
In a session yesterday, councillors voted to classify the “manufacture of alcoholic beverages” as being distinct from other forms of manufacturing, meaning that new breweries – as well as distilleries and wine makers – will be able to open in areas of the city that were previously off-limits.
Other changes will make it easier for small breweries to open on-site retail stores, tasting rooms, and full service pubs.
For more details, see the full CBC News article.