Flying Boats Brewing Planning Move & Expansion
On August 22, 2017 At 9:00 am
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As revealed by owner Marc Melanson on Facebook, the new location is “in Dieppe, close to all major roads and highways for easy access for southeast NB and traffic off the Trans Canada/Hwy 15.”
While no timeline has been announced, the new facility will feature a taproom and retail store selling beer by the glass, in growlers, and in cans. More details will be posted to the brewery’s Facebook page as renovations progress.
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