WINNIPEG, MB – Devil May Care Brewing has announced that after more than three years of brewing its beers under contract, it will soon be opening its own location in downtown Winnipeg.
Devil May Care was launched by homebrewers Colin Koop and Steve Gauthier in the spring of 2018, and initially operated out of Stone Angel Brewing before moving to the Torque Brewing facility in the summer of 2020.
For the brewery’s next phase, the partners have signed a lease on a space at the corner of Fort St. and York Ave., and describe their plans for it as follows:
We’re starting out small, focusing on exclusive batches served in-house and for take-out. With smaller capacity comes flexibility, more potential creativity, and more of the unique craft beer experience that you’ve come to expect from us. We’ll be able to dream, play, and create. And you, lucky DMC fans, will be able to reap the rewards! We have a great many plans, ideas, and dreams that we’ll finally be able to turn into reality. We promise, you’re going to love what we’ve got in store for you. (Most of the time, that is. We reserve the right to miss the mark every now and again.)
Quite frankly, we’re antsy to get brewing. We can’t wait to tap new beers in our very own taproom, host special events, and put out special can releases. Our dream space will be community-oriented; it will be safe, tolerant and celebratory of the abundance of diversity in our beautiful city. We’re already pumped to see your smiling faces in our taproom and are itching to start giving back to the city that’s supported our dream.
Devil May Care Brewing is expected to open at 155 Fort St. in the spring of 2022. In the meantime, it will continue brewing and selling out of Torque.
For more details, see the full announcement.
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