Our Letter to the Editor Regarding Ferment on Premises Brew Systems I have read several news articles lately on the recent opening of Chill Street, a ferment on premise retail outlet located adjacent to the Sobey’s in Elmsdale. It has been called the first of its kind, which I would say is accurate. Chill Street […]
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The Craft Brewers Association of Nova Scotia is pleased to welcome the support of Cox and Palmer as a sponsor for Nova Scotia Craft Beer Week. Craft Beer Week, growing every year, is the largest celebration of craft beer in eastern Canada. Led by our Signature event, Full House, there are now over 15 events […]
CBANS is pleased to announce that Gateway Insurance is partnering with the Craft Brewers Association of Nova Scotia as a Signature Sponsor of Nova Scotia Craft Beer Week. Gateway Insurance began operations over 40 years ago. Today, they represent Canada’s Leading Insurance Companies, bringing detailed risk assessment and tailored coverage to residential and commercial customers […]
NEW GLASGOW – Food trucks and craft breweries will be rolling into New Glasgow next month, offering up some Beer and Bites. Uncle Leo’s Brewery has teamed up with Tatamagouche Brewing Company and Backstage Brewing – who plan to open in Stellarton in the near future – to plan a craft beer and food truck […]
On Dec. 20, 2016 Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil announced that changes were coming to the Retail Sales Markup Allocation (RSMA). Whereas the NSLC sets the price of beer sold through its retails locations, and is therefore able to include an appropriate margin of profit, breweries selling from their own locations set their own price […]