Powerhouse Brewing Opens Taproom in London’s 100 Kellogg Lane

LONDON, ON – A brewery located a space that was formerly the electrical room of a massive cereal factory in London, Ontario has announced the opening of its taproom.

Powerhouse Brewing has been established by Matt and Kristin Buckley, a couple who also own Tobermory Brewing which opened in 2015 in Tobermory, approximately 300 km north of London.

Part of the 100 Kellogg Lane complex which also includes The Factory entertainment centre and other tenants, Powerhouse has been brewing since last year and launched on-site retail sales in March, with the taproom opening following on Easter weekend.

In addition to serving a selection of Powerhouse beers including Homecoming APA (5.3% abv, 32 IBU), Buckley’s Irish Red (4% abv, 20 IBU), Low Voltage Cream Ale (4.7% abv, 10 IBU), Generator IPA (6.1% abv, 45 IBU), and Powerhouse Porter (4.8% abv, 25 IBU), the taproom also offers a food menu featuring pizza, sandwiches, and other beer-friendly fare.

The Powerhouse Brewing taproom and store both open at 11:00 AM daily, with retail sales running until 11:00 PM, and taproom hours varying by day. For more details, see the Powerhouse Brewing Facebook page.

Source: Powerhouse Brewing Facebook page
Photo: Powerhouse Brewing website

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