In a report by the Lindsay Advocate, Waterbridge owner Brian Hicks said the following:
We have been looking for an opportunity to extend our business model into the retail and service environment for some time. Fenelon Falls offers an ideal environment and the Fenelon Falls Brewery a unique location to develop our first retail venture. I am also delighted that we could make this happen in what is my hometown, having lived in the Kawarthas since 2017 and sailed out of Sturgeon Lake since 2006.
The article notes that while the brewery and restaurant will remain, a portion of the facility will be converted to a “unique chocolate experience, showcasing Waterbridge Chocolates’ signature creations.”
It was also announced Jason and Heather Lynn from Murphy’s Lockside Pub and Patio will be taking over the operation of the restaurant, with an aim to “combine culinary excellence with a vibrant atmosphere, ensuring a memorable experience for all patrons.”
Fenelon Falls Brewing will be closed for several months for upgrades, and is expected to reopen next spring. For more details, see the full article.
Source: Lindsay Advocate
Photo: Fenelon Falls Brewing