PORT DALHOUSIE, ON – The St. Catharines Standard reports that after months of construction issues and other delays, Lock Street Brewing has officially opened its doors at 15 Lock Street in the Port Dalhousie area of St. Catharines.
The brewery soft launched earlier this year with contract brewed beers that were available at local events and pubs, and several of those beers were on tap when the Lock Street taproom opened this past Saturday, along with a new Red Ale brewed on site by brewmaster Sarah Casorso.
Brewery co-founder Wolfgang Guembel tells the paper that more house-brewed beers will be available in coming days and weeks, and that one of the brewery’s core brands, Industrial Pale Ale, will soon be in cans at LCBO locations.
In addition to beer to drink on site or take home in growlers, Lock Street is offering a food menu developed by the chef of RIX Bistro, a fellow tenant in the historic Lion Tavern building.
Following the opening weekend, Lock Street is closed today and tomorrow, but will reopen on Wednesday for regular hours – 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM on Wednesday to Saturday, and 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM on Sunday to Tuesday.