ALMA, NB – After several months of operating as a bar serving beer from other local craft breweries, Holy Whale Brewing has announced that its own beers are now available on tap for the first time.
Founded by brothers Jeff and Peter Grandy, Holy Whale is located in a former church in Alma, a village on the edge of Fundy National Park in southeastern New Brunswick.
Sharing the building with Buddha Bear Coffee, a cafe and roastery also owned by the Grandys, Holy Whale is currently pouring an American Pale Ale, a Session IPA, and an Irish Red Ale.
The brewery will be holding a grand opening in December, and will continue to offer test batches of various beers until the official launch.
For more details, see the Holy Whale Brewing Facebook page.