OTTAWA, ON – After several delays that pushed things past the Labour Day opening that was originally hoped for, the new Ottawa location of the Mill Street Brewpub will finally be opening to the public on January 27th.
In a recent blog post for the Ottawa Citizen, food and drink writer Ron Eade reveals a few details from a visit, where Adam Rader – head brewer for the Ottawa location – had just finished brewing a batch of Portage Ale, one of four brands that will be exclusive to Ottawa. Rader described the beer as “a really nice, clean light five-per-cent blond ale, lightly hopped with German hersbrucker hops.”
In addition to the four local brews, the taps at the Ottawa outpost will also feature up to 10 beers from the main Mill Street Brewery and Brewpub locations in Toronto, likely including flagship brands like Tankhouse Ale, Organic Lager, and Coffee Porter, as well as occasional seasonals.
More details on the grand opening of Mill Street Brewpub Ottawa are expected to be announced soon.
[Photo from the Facebook page of Mill Street Brewpub Ottawa.]