BLENHEIM, ON – Ontario’s newest farm-based brewery has announced that it will be opening to the public tomorrow (Canada Day) in the province’s Chatham-Kent region.
Red Barn Brewing has been co-founded by married couple Denny and Sandy Vervaet, along with Sandy’s brother and head brewer Dan English. Sitting on a 100-acre farm that has been in the English family for three generations, Red Barn is located in a namesake barn that has been purpose built for the brewery.
While the tasting room is still in the final stages of construction, and access to much of the building is limited due to COVID-19 restrictions, Red Barn will be opening a pop-up retail store to sell its four core brands – Home Farm Blonde Ale (4.8% abv), The Sharecropper Belgian Wit (6.5% abv), Last Pass Session IPA (4.5% abv), and Harwich Moon Chocolate Porter (5.6% abv) – in cans and growlers.
Red Barn Brewing is located at 20466 Lagoon Road in Blenheim, and will be open from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM tomorrow, with future business hours to be announced. For more details, see the brewery’s Facebook page.