OAK MOUNTAIN, NB – A home-based brewery in Oak Mountain, New Brunswick – a small community near Woodstock – has announced that its first beers will soon be available to the public.
Cross Creek Brewing has been founded by Patrick Sullivan and Tom Neal, and started as a homebrewing project for Neal before the duo decided to shift into commercial operation.
With all of the required paperwork now in place, Cross Creek will be launching with five beers – Two Divas Blonde Ale, Cross Creek Pale Ale, Copperhead Amber Ale, Headpond Cream Ale, and Blueneck Kentucky Common Ale – that are being brewed in 1-barrel batches and will be released exclusively in kegs for local licensees.
Cross Creek will also be pouring at the First Town Craft Beer Festival on September 21st, and the partners hope to open a brewery taproom in Woodstock in the future.
For more details, see the Cross Creek Brewing Facebook page.