Wayfarers’ Ales Now Open in Nova Scotia

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PORT WILLIAMS, NS – A new brewery founded by a collective of craft beer enthusiasts in Nova Scotia is now open in Port Williams.

Wayfarers’ Ales – taking its name from medieval travellers in England who would “stop at local churches, knock on the door, and be given a small horn of ale and a piece of bread to refresh and help them along their journey” – is currently in soft opening mode, and is selling growlers of debut beer Hellene Summer Blonde out of its retail store.

Additional brands including Ruby Red Ale, Scottish Ale, One-Eyed River Hog IPA and others will be added soon, and the brewery’s tap room and wharf-side patio are planned to open this weekend.

In addition to serving beer, the tap room will offer coffee and light refreshments in the mornings, and non-alcoholic beverages including a house-made ginger beer will also be available.

For more details, see the Wayfarers’ Ales website and Facebook page.

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