CAMBRIDGE, ON – Just over a year after announcing plans to launch a bricks-and-mortar facility in Cambridge, Rhythm & Brews Brewing will be opening its doors to the public tomorrow for the first time.
Founded by Andrew Byer, Rhythm & Brews started in 2016 as a contract brewing operation based out of Rainhard Brewing and Junction Craft Brewing in Toronto, before Byer decided to relocate to Cambridge to establish a physical location.
According to Ontario Beverage Network, Byer has partnered with Craig Schindler on the 4200-square-foot facility which includes a “15 hectolitre brewery, live events stage, 16 draught lines in the tap room, a retail store with cans and growlers, and a patio slated to open this summer.”
All of the taps will be ready to pour at opening, with many of the beers having music-related puns for names, such as Hefe Metal German Hefeweizen, Mr Rohopto Japanese Rice Lager, Die Antwerp Belgian Saison, and Score Pins Northern German Pils. Also in the opening line-up will be collaborations with several brewers and homebrewing shops including Junction, Mosaic City, Katalyst, Fermentations, and Toronto Brewing.
[Photo from Rhythm & Brews Facebook page]