RagnaRöck Northern Brewing Company Now Open in Newfoundland

ST. ANTHONY, NL – The newest craft brewery in Newfoundland has announced its opening in St. Anthony, a small town near the tip of the province’s Great Northern Peninsula.

RagnaRöck Northern Brewing Company has been founded by brewer Brad Simms, his wife Jennifer Simms, and business partner Lauren Smithson.

Located in the West Street Clock Shop, a historic building that has undergone extensive renovations to house the brewery and other small businesses and tenants, RagnaRöck opened last Friday November 8th, and features a 6-hectoliter brewing system, a taproom with capacity for approximately 150 people, and a small stage for live entertainment.

RagnaRöck had eight beers on tap at opening – four of its own, including Tabity Wit and Da Bold n’ Beautiful Blonde Ale, and four guest taps from Crooked Feeder Brewing – all available in samples, flights, and pints, plus growlers to take home the house-brewed beers. Food is also available at select times from the Northern Wings food truck adjacent to the brewery.

RagnaRöck Northern Brewing is located at 223-227 West Street in St. Anthony. Ongoing business hours are still to be confirmed, but should be announced soon via the brewery’s Facebook page.

Source: Atlantic Canada Beer Blog
Photo: RagnaRöck Northern Brewing Facebook page

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