Signal Brewery Goes Up For Sale

CORBYVILLE, ON – Two-and-a-half months after the death of founder and owner Richard Courneyea due to COVID-19, Signal Brewery in Corbyville, Ontario has been put on the market.

According to the listing with Ekort Realty, the building and business – which includes the brewery, restaurant, and event facilities – has an asking price of $4,950,000, with the following description being provided:

The entire facility is licensed for up to 370 patrons with the capacity for 300 additional patio guests. The brewery is in full production and the sale includes all brewing equipment as well as accessory equipment for bottling, canning, and kegs. The building is a total of 8589 sqft housing the restaurant and brewery. The patio and restaurant offer picturesque views of the Moira River making it a one-of-a-kind place to visit – whether for a large event, or business lunch. Signal Brewery holds exclusive leasing rights to Henry’s Place which is adjacent to the property. Henry’s Place offers a gorgeous space full of historic character and is licensed to hold 261 guests which is ideal for weddings and events featuring a large outdoor space fantastic for hosting.

For more details, see the sale listing, or contact Ekort Realty at 613-969-9901.

Source: Quinte News
Photo: Signal Brewery

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