Amber’s Brewing Relocating & Teaming Up With Hog’s Head Brewing
On July 30, 2012 At 4:00 pm
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ST. ALBERT, AB – The Edmonton Journal reports that Amber’s Brewing has found a new home after being forced into a sudden relocation by an unexpected rent increase – and in a move that will likely save even more money, it won’t be operating on its own.
Instead of continuing as an independent operation, Amber’s will be sharing space in a St. Albert business park with Hog’s Head Brewing, a new start-up that to a story in the St. Albert Gazette indicates to be affiliated with alcohol import agency Spider Beverage Company.
Amber’s founder Jim Gibbon tells the Journal that the Amber’s brands will officially be brewed under contact by Hog’s Head, and once the final permits are in place and new facility is up and running, the first beer to be brewed there will be Amber’s Lunch Pail Ale.
It’s not yet known what brands and styles Hog’s Head will be brewing and releasing under its own name.