VANCOUVER, BC – The latest email newsletter from craft beer advocacy group CAMRA Vancouver includes an announcement about a new brewery set to open later this year in North Vancouver.
Bridge Brewing – which is not to be confused with the Halifax brewery of the same name that is also opening this summer- is being launched by owner Jason Stratton, who provided the following statement:
Bridge Brewing is so-named to identify the company’s connection to Vancouver, a city with many bridges, and rally the North Shore community to support a beer they can call their own. With so much competition in the market, they hope to differentiate themselves with quality, all-natural ingredients, a focus on sustainable production and their work with the community. Bridge is currently working on perfecting their recipe and aim to have product in the market by this summer. No hints on what style of beer they’ll be brewing (or who will be brewing it), but it will be available on tap at local establishments, in bottles at liquor stores and in growlers from the brewery.